Where can I report Bias in AI incidents or harmful AI outcomes?
“What we really need to do is make sure that life continues into the future. […] It’s best to try to prevent a negative circumstance from occurring than to wait for it to occur and then be reactive.” – Elon Musk
The Federal Drug Administration (FDA) has a postmarketing safety surveillance program for all approved drug and therapeutic biologic products via an Adverse Event Reporting System (AERS).
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has a hotline where anyone can report aviation industry violations, incidents and accidents.
Where do I submit an incident?
You contribute incident reports to the database at AIID via a quick add form (no credit given to submitter) and/or the submit app (credit given to the submission). Researchers are also welcome to explore the database to cite historical incidents within the context of their work.
How was this developed and can I build on top of the database?
The AIID is largely developed by the partnership community, but development of both the data product and the applications built on top of the data is open to contributors. Since the AI Incident Database is an open source project, you can submit an app that interfaces with the incident data. Go to the GitHub Repo for more details.
An interactive world heat map where you can explore harmful (and helpful) AI uses by industry domain filters: business, education, health services, housing, law enforcement, media, society and vision. You can also report and submit a new case to the map. The full mapping dataset is available for viewing purposes only. It was built by AI Global, an organization comprised of private, public and academic leaders promoting open, ethical AI.