"AI fairness needs to be addressed from various angles.
This space serves as an example of knowledge and tools produced by a diversity of minds during the collective journey of becoming a more just and fair society."
- Constanza Gómez Mont,
Coordinator of the Governance Working Group of the AI for Humanity GFC, WEF; Founder of C Minds.
The aim of the AI Fairness Global Library is to support institutions transform AI fairness principles to practice by helping organizations access tools and resources in a more agile way. This includes shedding light on existing guides, resources, metrics, and methodologies that have been developed in various regions.
This is a collaborative project of the World Economic Forum Global Future Council on AI for Humanity with the support of the action-tank C Minds, and the input of various persons who helped identify key resources.
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