The future of trust in artificial intelligence: responsibility, understandability and sustainability
Developed by Kainos and Tortoise, with the help of more than 20 leading AI experts, this report explores the future of trust in artificial intelligence: a future in which trust is actively built between people and the systems they use.
By arguing that trustworthy technology is sustainable technology, the report explores how the risks from misuse of artificial intelligence, much like the impact of humans on our planet’s climate, need to be addressed.
The move towards environmental sustainability has seen professionalisation, standardisation and mechanisms for disclosure – all to create confidence that the world economy can decarbonise.
Artificial intelligence seems to be on a similar trajectory.
Governments and corporations are considering ways of enforcing that the technologies are lawful, ethical and robust, so that their benefits are sustainable and can be realised in the long term.
Tortoise and Kainos spoke to a range of experts from throughout the field of artificial intelligence; from executives and technicians, to researchers and government officials.
We present their insights in the form of three hypotheses about how the domain of trust in artificial intelligence is changing.
We argue that trustworthy technology is sustainable technology.
Tortoise is a slow newsroom. It doesn't focus on breaking news, but rather on what’s driving it.
Kainos combines transformative technology with courageous ambition to reimagine how organisations operate – and deliver change for good.
We've partnered to explore and share new perspectives on a topic that's shaping the future.