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Ecosystem Collaborators

Harnessing the power of AI comes with great responsibility

Emerging regulations for AI systems, such as the EU AI Act and the Canada Data and AI Act, are planning financial penalties of up to 6% of revenue and even criminal punishment for non compliant systems. The New York City Law on Automated Employment Decision Tools carries a penalty up to $1,500 per violation, per user, per day. Organizations not thinking about responsible AI are acquiring technical debt and increasing the risk of doing business or to cause irreversible harm.


Academia & Government

Independent  assessments giving you a much needed responsible AI benchmark

The RAI Institute’s independent and accredited conformity assessments provide assurance that AI systems are aligned with existing and emerging internal policies, regulations, laws, best practices and standards for the responsible use of technology. Available as self assessments, independently delivered assessments, or as a certification delivered by accredited auditors, our assessments provide a well needed layer of trust and assurance for all stakeholders.

Helping you on your responsible AI journey

Artificial Intelligence has reshaped industries and society. It holds incredible promises, but incidents diminish public trust and draw attention from regulators. Navigating the responsible AI landscape is challenging. The Responsible AI Institute (RAI Institute) is focused on providing tools for organizations and AI practitioners to build, buy, and supply safe and trusted AI systems.

"We are delighted to collaborate with organizations such as the RAI Institute in creating best practices in the complex field of responsible AI, and encourage the development of credible, independently-validated processes for certifying AI systems."

Kay Firth-Butterfield

Head of AI and Machine Learning, WEF

"Independent certification such as the RAI Institute's Certification help strengthen governance and controls to build user trust and accelerate adoption and business impact of AI. As a recent addition to RAI Institute’s advisory board, I look forward to bringing my expertise and global perspective to the important work underway."

Cathy Cobey

Global Trusted AI Leader, EY

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Working together for AI we can trust

The RAI Institute is a member-driven non-profit organization focused on supporting leading organizations and AI practitioners. By becoming a member, organizations have the unique opportunity to demonstrate their leadership, to enhance their responsible AI practices with proven tools, processes, and policies, and to join an engaged community defining the future of AI at the intersection of industry, civil society, academia and government.

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