The upcoming EU AI Act will make it mandatory for organisations to audit their high risk AI systems primarily for ethical compliance.
Do you wish to find out how ready your organisation is to facilitate such audits?
Here are some FREE online tools to help you assess the maturity of your AI Governance and AI Ethics assessments.
Here at aiethicsassessor.com we have created a quick assessment tool to help you judge the maturity of your AI Governance.
The tool makes you respond to 15-20 questions and provides you an assessment of your maturity level based on the AI maturity pyramid we have created.
Access the assessor by clicking on the image below.
GSMA AI Ethics assessment
The GSMA is a global organisation unifying the mobile ecosystem to discover, develop and deliver innovation that helps business and society thrive. Although developed by Telco's, the GSMA AI Ethics assessment could apply for any industry with some modification.
Click the image below to access the assessment tool which is also available open source.
The GSMA AI Ethics playbook, is also worth a read.
Credo AI Governance Readiness survey
Credo AI is an AI governance platform that helps companies adopt, scale, and govern AI safely and effectively. Credo offers a free online AI Governance assessment tool for prospects to assess their AI Governance maturity level.
ALTAI (Assessment List for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence)
In 2018, the European Commission opened a process to select a group of experts in Artificial Intelligence (AI) coming from civil society, academia and the industry. As a result, the High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG) was created in June 2018 with a total of 52 people from different countries of the European Union (EU). The main objective of this independent group is to provide support in the creation of the European Strategy for Artificial Intelligence with a vision on “ethical, secure and cutting- edge AI”.
One of the deliverables of this expert group was an assessment tool to assess the trust worthiness of AI systems. Accessibility to this system is unfortunately not straightforward.
Click on the image below to access the login page of the ALTAI system. One needs to create an account to access the assessment tool.
In conclusion, as the impending EU AI Act draws closer, organisations are facing the necessity of auditing their high-risk AI systems for ethical compliance.
To help assess your organisations readiness for such audits, there are several FREE online tools available. Whether it's the quick assessment provided by AIETHICSASSESSOR.COM, the adaptable GSMA AI Ethics assessment, Credo AI's Governance Readiness survey, or the ALTAI system designed to assess the trustworthiness of AI, these resources offer valuable insights into your AI Governance and AI Ethics maturity.
Embracing these tools can pave the way for a more responsible and ethically sound AI landscape. So, are you ready to take the first step toward ethical AI practices? Explore these tools and assess your organization's readiness today.