There is a global race to build guardrails for AI development and deployment to ensure responsible AI practices are developed in parallel with a rapidly accelerating Artificial Intelligence (AI) landscape.
Worldwide, Standards and regulatory changes are coming, which will require major upskilling and change for organisations to adapt to this new regulatory landscape.
In response to this global momentum and a clear industry need for guidance, the National AI Centre - together with our Knowledge Partners - are delighted to announce the Responsible AI Network, a world first cross-ecosystem collaboration aimed at uplifting the practice of responsible AI across Australia's the commercial sector.
We have partnered with the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group), Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), CEDA, CSIRO's Data61, Gradient Institute, Standards Australia, The Ethics Centre, The Human Technology Institute at UTS, and the Tech Council of Australia to create curated advice and best practice guidance within seven actionable pillars:
Each partner brings a specific skillset to the collaboration and Australia's AI Ecosystem:
- AIIA has joined the Responsible AI Network to advocate and uplift the practice of Responsible AI and leveraging their influential and innovative technology company members.
- The Australian Industry Group will support traditional, innovative and emerging industry sectors with the aim to uplift Australia's responsible AI practice.
- CEDA brings the ability to drive AI as a fundamental driver of our economic development, and advocate for its responsible and sustainable use.
- CSIRO's Data61 provides extensive research expertise in Responsible AI, across Responsible AI Design and Fair and Secure AI.
- The Gradient Institute brings skills in building ethics, accountability and transparency into AI systems by providing training for organisations operating AI systems and technical guidance.
- Standards Australia seeks to democratise the ability of all businesses to use standards to deliver responsible AI.
- Tech Council of Australia will bring together the Australian Technology sector towards responsible AI principles and practices.
- The Ethics Centre will provide vision and discussion about the opportunity presented by AI.
- The Human Technology Institute at UTS will focus on skills, tools and policy advice for Australia's businesses.
Together with our foundation partners Google and CEDA, the Responsible AI Network provides us with a world-first opportunity to uplift AI adoption in Australia and create world-class capability in Responsible AI.
The National AI Centre are proud to be at the forefront of this effort.
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