Crystal clear

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<dc:creator>Walmsley, Joel </dc:creator>
<dc:description xml:lang="es">Sumario: The last few years have seen a number of calls for transparency' around the workings of the latest artificial intelligence systems. In 2019, the European Commission's High-Level Expert Group on AI published a report, Guidelines for Trustworthy AI, that proposes transparency as a central ethical and legal requirement, while the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) guidelines stipulate that when a person is subject to an automated decision, they have the right to an explanation of the judgment, as well as the right to challenge it: no more hiding behind computer says no'. Why is transparency suddenly a concern, though? Is it achievable? And if not, what alternatives are available?</dc:description>
<dc:rights xml:lang="es">InC -</dc:rights>
<dc:subject xml:lang="es">Inteligencia artificial</dc:subject>
<dc:subject xml:lang="es">Reglamento General de Protección de Datos</dc:subject>
<dc:subject xml:lang="es">Protección de datos</dc:subject>
<dc:subject xml:lang="es">Transparencia informativa</dc:subject>
<dc:subject xml:lang="es">Ética</dc:subject>
<dc:subject xml:lang="es">Automatización</dc:subject>
<dc:subject xml:lang="es">Unión Europea</dc:subject>
<dc:type xml:lang="es">Artículos y capítulos</dc:type>
<dc:title xml:lang="es">Crystal clear</dc:title>
<dc:relation xml:lang="es">En: The Actuary : the magazine of the Institute & Faculty of Actuaries. - London :  Redactive Publishing, 2019-. - 02/03/2020 Número 2 - marzo 2020 , p. 18-19</dc:relation>
<dc:coverage xml:lang="es">Unión Europea</dc:coverage>