Fair & Responsible AI Workshop @ CHI2020

Evidence-based Explanation to Promote Fairness in AI Systems


Workshop paper


Juliana Jansen Ferreira, Mateus de Souza Monteiro

Abstract
As Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology gets more intertwined with every system, people are using AI to make decisions on their everyday activities. In simple contexts, such as Netflix recommendations, or in more complex context like in judicial scenarios, AI is part of people's decisions. People make decisions and usually, they need to explain their decision to others or in some matter. It is particularly critical in contexts where human expertise is central to decision-making. In order to explain their decisions with AI support, people need to understand how AI is part of that decision. When considering the aspect of fairness, the role that AI has on a decision-making process becomes even more sensitive since it affects the fairness and the responsibility of those people making the ultimate decision. We have been exploring an evidence-based explanation design approach to 'tell the story of a decision'. In this position paper, we discuss our approach for AI systems using fairness sensitive cases in the literature.

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APA
Ferreira, J. J., & de Souza Monteiro, M. Evidence-based Explanation to Promote Fairness in AI Systems.

Chicago/Turabian
Ferreira, Juliana Jansen, and Mateus de Souza Monteiro. Evidence-Based Explanation to Promote Fairness in AI Systems, n.d.

MLA
Ferreira, Juliana Jansen, and Mateus de Souza Monteiro. Evidence-Based Explanation to Promote Fairness in AI Systems.