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Add to Calendar 03/04/2021 08:30 PM 03/04/2021 10:00 PM UTC Using Harms and Benefits to Ground Practical AI Fairness Assessments in Finance Check out this session on the FAccT Hub. https://2021/
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Using Harms and Benefits to Ground Practical AI Fairness Assessments in Finance

Grace Abuhamad, Marc-Etienne Brunet, Lachlan McCalman, Daniel Steinberg
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This tutorial introduces one of the first practical algorithmic fairness assessment methodologies to be implemented (as guidance) by a major regulator. The methodology is a process for judging an AI system’s alignment with the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s ""FEAT"" (Fairness, Ethics, Accountability, Transparency) Principles, which promote responsible adoption of AI in Singapore’s finance sector. The authors of this proposal, along with a larger group, have spent the last year developing this methodology in close collaboration with the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and Financial Services Institutions (FSIs), including applying it to in-production systems within two large banks. The proposed tutorial aims to introduce the audience to: - the fairness assessment methodology itself - two illustrative case-studies the authors conducted with FSI partners assessing AI systems for credit scoring and customer marketing - how the authors approached designing a methodology that is broadly applicable to different systems and organisations, but still practical to implement - the operational requirements and challenges for FSIs implementing the methodology - the work done to tailor the methodology to the unique Singaporean legal and societal context.

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