The lecture delves into the intricate landscape of artificial intelligence (AI) accountability within the framework of the AI Act regulation. This comprehensive discussion explores the multifaceted dimensions of accountability, focusing on ethical, legal, and organisational aspects.
Firstly, it provides an in-depth understanding of the concept of accountability as principles used to operationalise ethical values, emphasising the pivotal role it plays in guiding the responsible development and deployment of AI technologies.
Secondly, the lecture sheds light on the emerging legal rules designed to regulate AI development by examining the existing legal frameworks and their evolution within the AI Act.
Finally, the lecture addresses organisational aspects, illuminating the challenges faced by businesses and institutions in implementing AI accountability measures. It explores strategies for organisations to establish robust ethical guidelines, internal policies, and compliance mechanisms.