2022 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency 2022
DOI: 10.1145/3531146.3533123
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Normative Logics of Algorithmic Accountability

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“…Donia et al explore normative frameworks within XAI, articulating various perspectives including verification, representation, social license, fiduciary duty, and legal compliance. This dissection of approaches helps ensure that AI technologies satisfy ethical, social and legal standards, leading to superior AI governance and design in accordance with XAI responsibilities and societal expectations [141].…”
Section: Systems Accountabilitymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Donia et al explore normative frameworks within XAI, articulating various perspectives including verification, representation, social license, fiduciary duty, and legal compliance. This dissection of approaches helps ensure that AI technologies satisfy ethical, social and legal standards, leading to superior AI governance and design in accordance with XAI responsibilities and societal expectations [141].…”
Section: Systems Accountabilitymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Accountability comes in different forms and varieties across rich and overlapping strands of academic literature in the humanities, law and social sciences. Scholars in the AI ethics field have recently proposed systematic conceptualizations of accountability to address this complexity [8][9][10][11] . Several researchers in the field 8,10 take explicit inspiration from Bovens's influential analysis of accountability as a social relation, in which he describes accountability as: "a relationship between an actor and a forum, in which the actor has an obligation to explain and to justify his or her conduct, the forum can pose questions and pass judgement, and the actor may face consequences" 12 .A welcome development within the AI ethics landscape would be greater conceptual clarity on the distinction between the 'explaining' and 'facing the consequences' features of accountability, as well as the relation between them.This matters ethically, legally and politically, as these two core features of accountability -that is, giving an explanation, and facing the consequences -can come apart and pull in different directions.…”
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“…Accountability comes in different forms and varieties across rich and overlapping strands of academic literature in the humanities, law and social sciences. Scholars in the AI ethics field have recently proposed systematic conceptualizations of accountability to address this complexity [8][9][10][11] . Several researchers in the field 8,10 take explicit inspiration from Bovens's influential analysis of accountability as a social relation, in which he describes accountability as: "a relationship between an actor and a forum, in which the actor has an obligation to explain and to justify his or her conduct, the forum can pose questions and pass judgement, and the actor may face consequences" 12 .…”
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