An Exercise of Interpretation: Documenting High-risk AI Use Cases

Critical AI & Data Justice in Society

By Bruna de Castro e Silva

This blog post is written based on the participatory session (held on 20 May 2021).

Image: Unsplash / Kaleidico

After a “multidisciplinary dissection” of the EC Proposal for a Regulation on Artificial Intelligence, where we had both a legal analysis of the proposed high-risk AI framework and its related requirements, and a technical examination of the practical challenges emerging from the newly proposed obligations for AI developers, we proceeded with a case-study analysis of existing AI use cases.

The case-study is in its core an exercise of interpretation. The Annex IV of EC Proposal for a Regulation on Artificial Intelligence brings an extensive list of technical documentation referred to in Article 11. Establishing documentation and designing logging features are part of the obligations proposed in order to achieve traceability, auditability, and transparency.

Our teams chose an AI use case from a proposed list…

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