Competency Based Selection Criteria

The geographic selection of experts below is just a small demonstrative sample that include people working directly and/or indirectly with the development, implementation and research of ethics in AI and AIS for a minimum of 3 years. With this simple example criteria, in reality, we could immediately include hundreds of people globally. 

But, again, this is a BETA test website.  We are sharing here, for now, a small sampling of how selection requirements and criteria can be openly documented, chosen and met.  We are only demonstrating the concept of transparency in the selection of experts.  

In the future, this ethics portal will be drawing from a growing database of experts to which a very specific selection process will be applied.  The process will include a  competency based model of layers of information on each expert. There will also be a free short application process required which will include brief communication between the portal curators leading to the satisfaction of the following types of competency criteria: 

Knowledge and Understanding of AI Ethics

  • Degree in a "relevant" field (highly inclusive of a diverse set of degrees either directly or indirectly intersecting AIS ethics) 
  • Participation in a professional institution
  • Knowledge of ethical principles
  • Professional record of contribution to the field of ethical accountability or equivalent areas
  • Absence of false claims and plagiarism

Skill and Application Experience in AI Ethics 

  • Situational experience of AI & AIS
  • Appropriate professional certification
  • Peer recognition
  • Social involvement in the field
  • Absence of disqualification from practice

Personal and Collaborative Competences in AI Ethics

  • Cultural alignment with ethics
  • Embracing diversity of perspectives
  • Absence of inflexibility and poor adaptability

Additional Claims/Evidence/Comments in field of AI Ethics

Interest/Interfaces with Other AI/AIS experts AND/or Expert Focus Groups (EFG) 

 

QUALITY INDICES
5/5

 


FUTURE RANKINGS EXPECTED


In the future, the database will include expert “RANKINGS” for the work and contributions of each expert.  As the fields, features and competencies of global experts and categorical groups grow; a quality rubric of diverse contributions will be shared among volunteers to determine a possible ranking system.  

GEOGRAPHIC MAPPING OF AI/S ETHICS EXPERTS

The Americas and the Caribbean

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East/South Asia and the Pacific

Details to be added soon.  https://aip.riken.jp/labs/ai_soc/

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Europe and Central Asia

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Middle East and North Africa

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https://www.worldgovernmentsummit.org/docs/default-source/default-document-library/deloitte-wgs-report-en-lq.pdf?sfvrsn=1acfc90b_0

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smartdubai.ae 

https://www.smartdubai.ae/initiatives/ai-principles-ethics

Sub-Saharan Africa

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As a computer scientist, researcher and Fellow at Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Societyand a Technology and Human Rights Fellow Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, I focus on the ethical implications of technology in the developing world, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa, along with the creation of tools to make Artificial Intelligence more accessible and inclusive to underrepresented communities.

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