Me-We-It: The Open Standard for Responsible AI

This is an Open Suggestion designed to clarify the process of building AI by exposing the steps that go into creating it responsibly. It is an open suggestion proposed by people who have seen the value AI can generate and the damage it can cause. Among these people are:

What's the point of this open standard?

It has three goals:

  1. to give some advice to build more ethical AI to help the industry start again on healthy foundations,
  2. to help the public understand the process of building an AI, and
  3. to create a space in which the public can freely ask any questions to the AI and data science community.

This Open Suggestion will live as a free online forum, and we invite new suggestions and approaches under the important banner of registering intent.

We need clear, responsible communication to engage in honest discussion and make the right decisions. The creation of an AI involves significant technical work, but this open standard enables any interested person to take part in the discussions, regardless of their data science knowledge level. To this end, it offers a simple framework for monitoring and validating standard approaches to the training of machines and the results they produce.

Now more than ever, it's necessary to share how AI learns so that we can hold each other accountable without severely restricting innovation. The development of AI has the potential to bring about significant benefits, including increased efficiency, improved decision making, health discoveries and the ability to tackle problems that were previously impossible to solve. However, AI can also force human moderators to witness horrible content, disadvantage the disenfranchised, amplify data privacy and safety concerns, steal intellectual property not created for the process, and perpetuate harmful biases. Without careful consideration and planning, we risk creating AI systems that worsen the very problems we seek to solve.

First version of the open standard

These are the first questions and considerations we believe every AI team and individual builder should ask every day to ensure we are releasing more ethical AI models. They are intended to be communicated in simple language without technical jargon to ensure the process can be understood by every audience. It will be translated over time into every language where we can find volunteers to support. We know we are unlikely to get this completely right, especially when dealing with a technology that requires continuous tracking, but with your help each iteration will bring meaningful improvements. This is version 1 of many future versions that developers can use when assessing our work. We can refine this list with your help, thanks to questions from the public and suggestions from the data science community. Such contributions will help us account for the steps that should be taken to clarify and validate our intentions.

Political decision-makers are buckling down to make up for lost time in terms of regulation, and the EU's legislation on artificial intelligence may add general-purpose AI to the category of high-risk AI systems. In the meantime, we offer you a solution to reduce silos and engage in a group discussion: a practical standard, which any team can use immediately, and which clarifies how AI is built. Instead of an Open Letter, this is an Open Suggestion from a group of experienced technologists, data scientists, researchers, and people concerned with the impact of AI.

This Open Suggestion will live as a free online forum, and we invite new suggestions and approaches under the important banner of registering intent. The steps are isolated based on the core elements of building AI (Training, Building, Testing) and the actors who engage in the process to help clarify the importance of silo reduction: Me, We, It.

Me - The questions each individual who is working on the AI should ask themselves before they start and as they work through the process.

We - The questions the group should ask themselves — in particular, to define the diversity required to reduce as much human bias as possible.

It - The questions we should ask individuals and the group as they relate to the model being created and the impact it can have on our world.

Step 1. Training - Data Selection and Ingestion

Me - The necessary questions to ask myself before starting this part of the process. Answers should be saved so I can look back at how my thought process evolves.

  • What are the reasons for me selecting this training data? How does that selection align with my intention for this model?
  • How was this training data sourced?
  • Is there any protected or copyrighted material in the training data such as Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Payment Card Industry (PCI) data, and Protected Health Information (PHI)?
  • Have I considered data protection or privacy legislation (such as GDPR and CPRA)?
  • Have I considered any other systems for managing data sources?
  • Do I have experience in using similar data for AI or Machine Learning models in the past or is this the first time I am using this data source?
  • If I've used this data previously, were there any issues that resulted from the models that were trained on this data historically?
  • If this is the first time I've used this data, what are my expectations for the impact this data
    will have on the models outputs?
  • Have I used a Model Card to communicate risks? How will this document be updated with the collaboration team?
  • What do I hope the data will do to this model? What is my intention of the outcome? How do I expect the training data will impact that performance?
  • Are there any features that could act as instrumental variables (eg. granular neighbourhood level data) for disenfranchised populations? If so, do I have sufficient controls to ensure that I am not perpetuating biases that can be learned from the training data?
  • Can I summarise what is in this training data so as to capture the essence of the data in a way a non-data scientist can understand?
  • Do I feel rushed or pressured to input data from questionable sources?
  • Can I cite my source of the training data?
  • What biases may be acting on my selection of this data?
  • Am I considering biases I have that I don't understand? Am I sharing my logic with a larger group who can help me identify my bias being deployed when selecting data?
  • How do I think this training data will benefit this model?

We - The questions we should ask ourselves as a working group before starting this part of the process. Answers should be saved so we can look back at how our thought process evolves.

  • What is the group's intent for training this model?
  • Who collaborated in the process of building the training data strategy and selection?
  • Is the team of people who are working on selecting the training data from a diverse set of backgrounds and experiences to help reduce the bias in the data selection?
  • What are the likely biases inherent in this team that selected the training data?
  • Does the whole team understand where the training data came from? Can they explain it back in their own words?
  • Is a Model Card being used to communicate risks? Did each contributor create their own document
    that can be shared with the larger team?
  • Have we considered the EU AI Act or any other regulation being proposed or that is already in place?
  • Is there any protected or copyrighted material in the training data such as Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Payment Card Industry (PCI) data, and Protected Health Information (PHI)?
  • Have we considered data protection or privacy legislation (such as GDPR and CPRA)?
  • Have we considered any other systems for managing data sources?
  • What percentage of the training data are we saving for testing? How are we selecting it?

It - The questions we should ask ourselves of the algorithms or models before starting this part of the process. Answers should be saved so we can look back at how our thought process evolves.

  • Do we have means to compensate should part of this data set be discovered to be illegal, unreliable, or unacceptable at some point in the future?
  • What data is needed to train thoughtfully and with intention?
  • Is the full data set of known origin, explainable, and beneficial for the model?
  • What are the likely biases inherent in the data?
  • Is there any personal identifiable information, protected data, or copyrighted material?
  • Am I prepared to handle liability for the model if part of the data set causes any legal issues in the future?
  • What are potential unintended uses or consequences, including subsequent level outcomes that the training data could teach the model?
  • What are the likely biases that could be amplified through the training data being added to the model?

Step 2. Building - Creation or Selection of Algorithms and Models

Me - The questions I should ask myself before starting this part of the process. Answers should be saved so I can look back at how my thought process evolves.

  • What do I intend for this model to do? Why am I training it?
  • If I am running reinforcement learning, how will this model optimise in the live environment? Is it possible my selection of outcomes to test is biased?
  • If I am deploying transfer learning, what are the possible biases that the transferring process will uncover?
  • If I am running ensemble models or systems that train each other, is there a chance that new bias or bad data collection practices will enter the system?
  • How do I think this model will perform? What are some examples of desired outputs I am hoping to see?
  • What are my human biases that impacted my goals and reasoning?
  • If I didn't write the model from scratch, where did it come from? How was it initially trained?

We - The questions we should ask ourselves as a working group before starting this part of the process. Answers should be saved so we can look back at how our thought process evolves.

  • Whom did I collaborate with in the process of training this model and building the strategy?
  • What human biases are in this group? Have we considered whether the working group is diverse enough to capture differing points of view?
  • Who were the collaborators building the model and strategy?
  • Who are the stakeholders? Are all the stakeholders engaging in this step of the process?
  • Have we considered the EU AI Act or any other regulation being proposed or that is already in place?
  • Were these models trained on any protected or copyrighted material such as Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Payment Card Industry (PCI) data, and Protected Health Information (PHI)?
  • Have we considered data protection or privacy legislation (such as GDPR and CPRA)?
  • Have we considered any other systems for managing data sources?

It - The questions we should ask ourselves of the algorithms or models before starting this part of the process. Answers should be saved so we can look back at how our thought process evolves.

  • Where did the model come from or was it developed from scratch?
  • What is the intended use of the model once it is trained?
  • If we didn't create the model ourselves, do we understand the intent of the original creator of the model?
  • What are potential unintended uses or consequences, including subsequent level outcomes?
  • What are the likely biases that could be amplified through the model?
  • Do we have examples of models with similar data being deployed previously? What were the intended and unintended outcomes?
  • What are the possible dangers of the model? Do we have a plan for the worst case scenarios?
  • What type of precautionary measures have we put into place?
  • Who controls the model?
  • How will continued compliance with laws and regulations be monitored and implemented?
  • How will biases be discovered and resolved?
  • How can the model be shut down? Under what circumstances must that happen?
  • Are there any self-interested stakeholders or realities of funding that may stop that from happening?
  • What are the contractual requirements that will dictate the management and usage of this model?

Step 3. Testing - Managing Test Data and Tagging

Me - The questions I should ask myself before starting this part of the process. Answers should be saved so I can look back at how my thought process evolves.

  • Is the data I'm using for testing sufficient for analysing how the model performs?
  • Is user testing in the live environment being considered? How will the model be adapted if it turns out that the user behaviour outcome is unwanted?
  • What do I think is the best approach for evaluating the outcome of this model before I speak with the larger group about our approach?
  • Am I confident that the team and I are aware of the impact our work can have? Have we thought about all the potentially bad outcomes that could result from our work that we should be testing for before we go live?
  • Do I believe we have been thorough in our testing strategy and deployment to ensure we have unearthed any issues that could arise from the model's outputs?
  • Did the results of the training data and feedback from taggers match the original intent I had when creating the model? If not, what differed and how do I know it differed?

We - The questions we should ask ourselves as a working group before starting this part of the process. Answers should be saved so we can look back at how our thought process evolves.

  • How do we evaluate the performance and outcomes of this model?
  • Are we aware of where the testing data comes from? Is the testing data appropriate to be representative in relation to the vastness of the training data?
  • If the data is tagged by people, who are the people? Are they being humanely treated?
  • Before they tag the data, what instruction did taggers receive that might impact their opinion?
  • What questions are the taggers or working group asking of the data?
  • Does the tagging strategy align with the training data and model creation strategy?
  • Is there an appropriate amount of diversity on my data tagging team?
  • What human biases might impact the tagging or testing process?
  • Is user testing data in the live environment being collected? How will it feed back into an iterative process?
  • Is the user group a diverse audience that is representative of the future total user group?
  • Is it possible that bias is a programmatic result of the model?
  • Whom did we collaborate with in the process of building the testing or tagging data strategy?
  • Are product teams involved in the process of retrieving user data and sharing human logic with the larger group?
  • Was the intention of the working group realised now that the model has run and been tested? (If not, explain in detail with quantifiable data.)

It - The questions we should ask ourselves of the algorithms or models before starting this part of the process. Answers should be saved so we can look back at how our thought process evolves.

  • Did the results of the test or tagged data match our intent for the model outputs?
  • If we are testing our models to determine accuracy, how much do the results we are seeing match up with the core intent of what the model will do?
  • Will we now tune the model based on the outputs of the testing or tagged data? (If so, start the process from Step 1.)
  • If deploying reinforcement learning, how can model outcomes amplify bias and influence new data from users?
  • Have we considered the output of the model against the EU AI Act or any other regulation being proposed or that is already in place?
  • Have we tested for protected or copyrighted material in the output of the model such as Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Payment Card Industry (PCI) data, and Protected Health Information (PHI)?
  • Have we considered data protection or privacy legislation (such as GDPR and CPRA)?
  • Have we considered any other systems for managing data sources?


Elizabeth Rothman Esq.
Harvard Law School and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Instructor Patentx - AI Intellectual Property Law Attorney Artificial Inventor Project, Principal Attorney Law Office of Elizabeth Rothman

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Professor of Media Studies, Queens College - Host, Team Human

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Mohamed Sadek
FOUNDER - com-iot technologies

Shail Khiyara
President & COO - AI Thought Leader, Operator, Board Member

Faran Dilshad Qureshi
Managing Director - IT industry

Haythem Hammour
Cybersecurity Product Marekting Manager - Splunk

Rayhan TAJI
CEO Supernovae - Saeed Al Dhaheri

Ahmed Sibari
Mr - Emotech Ltd

Steve McNeil
Statistician - Messy data

Xrisi Efstratiou
AI modeling - LLM

Mariana Solano
Data Scientist - -

Ana Paula Moritz
PhD student - University College Dublin

James W
US Federal Employee

Tara Maritzer

Silvana Fumega
Project Director - Global Data Barometer

Kemly Camacho
General Coordinator - Cooperativa Sulá Batsú

Martin Gould
Director of Research - Global Initiative for Inclusive Information Communication Technologies

David Wearing
PhD and European Patent Attorney - Independent

Corey Cohen
N/A - N/A

Viktoriia Antonova
Senior System Analyst MDM - JSC Tander

Oliver Gale
CEO - Panther protocol

CEO - Xrom Group

Cloélia Tissier

César Rosales
Consultant on technology and democracy - Multilateral organizations

Concert Pianist | Founder - Snowstorm

Celsus Tushabe
Engineer - Uganda

Tiffany Greenidge
- - -

Giovanna Ochoa
Marketing IV - -

Mathieu Leclerc

Chris Kelly
Human Rights Researcher - NGO

Sam Marshall
PhD - Machine Learning

Esther Kiernan
Archivist - Human Rights

john bowsher
analyst - finance

Anna Cooper
100% DL nerd - Medical AI

Mariam -

Product Development Manager -

Brynn Kelly
machine learning/data science - Multiple

Michael Gaio
Founder - Mythic Systems

Eduardo Paz
Dev Lead - FOSS

Coder - Things Linux

Jake Cohen
Academia - (Suspicious of robots)

Derek Lackey
Managing Director -

Priah (Priya) Shah
Statistician - Silicon Valley escapee

Prajesh K
Data Scientist - Indian Institute of Science

Joseph O'Brien
NN/DL architect - Sometime Google

Mac - Software Engineer

Zoe Moran
Compsci - N/A

Shawn Ford
Incident response and privacy lawyer - Henri & Wolf

Student - Medicine

Seka Isaac
Data Scientist - Caltech

Logose Dorcus Laura
Student -

Lumu Mahad
Student - Computing

Henry Tumusiime
Student - Fine Arts

Nsubuga Ronald Kalinzi
Computer Science student - Bachelors of Computing

Ssentongo Daglus
Dev - LCC

Rhoda Najjuma Kuteesa
Student - Petroleum Geoscience

Namigadde Martinah
Student - Social Sciences

Muyambi Jordan
Developer - Telecommunication engineering

Mbaziira Owen
Computer Scientist - Department of AI, KYU

Frank Muller
Director - Data Science

Kathryn Body
PhD - University of Bristol

Kirill Markin
Head of AI Lab - SOAX

Emily Fi
game dev - various companies

Annie Machon
WEDF board member, author, ex-MI5 - WEDF, Sam Adams Associates

Zenia Tata
CEO - Zenia Tara inc

Faisal Saeed Al Mutar
Founder and President of Ideas Beyond Borders -

ruth bonet
data scientist -

Namanya swaibu
Mr. -

Andrew Mukago
Student - Computer Science, KIU

Ihangu Derrick
Mr - Civil engineering

Akoragye Meryel
Student - Tech and Society

Tawoda Edmon
Documentalist - Civil Society

Natumanya Omega
Student - Civil Engineering

Kamugisha Steven
Engineer - Flexi home engineer kampala

Colin Delamere
mr -

Kamugisha Steven
Engineer - Machine Learning

Nuwagaba Demiano
Student - AI and Business

Social work and social administration - NAMUGONGO

Tehond edmod
Journalist - Jinja

Steven Owomugisha
Student - Medicine student at KIU

Abdou MFOPA P.
Chief Executive Officer & Founder - CamOne Sarl - Cameroon

Joshua Long
Head of Marketing - Mojeek

Nakato Daphine
Student - Journalism and Mass Communication

Francisco Brito
Chief Data Officer - IV.AI

James Sellmann
Dean - University of Guam

Wadada Kennedy
Student - -

Twesigye Ian
Student - Anglican

Postgraduate - Machine Learning

Nicholas Tusime
Studend - Computer science,Makerere University-uganda

Ainomugisha Wasswa
Professor - Procurement & Logistics

Naluyima Shakirah
Student - Kiu

Obadiah Eric
Student - -

Wojciech Bednaruk
Human - Humanity

Chase Kyazike
Researcher - Media company

Frank Aine
Journalist, News Editor - East Africa

Data Scientist - Cosmology

Sserwadda Moses
Developer - Dalaware construction company

Miria Wanyeze
Teacher - Godmark High school Mukon

Sali paskale
Engineer - IT technician

Kaliisa Gonzaga
Student - Technology, Kenya

Kamugumya Taison
Lead at jeebflims - Mbarara

Karungi medrine
Law student - UCU

Ainebyona Mark
Journalist - Socioeconomics

Kaboggoza Ronald
Professor - Medicine

Katasi Evelyn Elizabeth
Student - Nsambya Medical School

Arun Marsh
Founder - AMP video

Omirambe James
Journalist - Impact Pictures

Kelly Tumwesigye
Student - Makerere University

Mike Tumwesigye
Developer - JAT Properties

Nabbaale Deniz
Student - Medicine

Ssekabira Ronald
Engineer - -

Phillip Kyohirwe
CEO, Prof. - Care Club Malaba

Onen Pius
Photographer - Cinelab Akademie

Kizza Desire
Medical Practice - -

Daglas Mukiibi
Student - Kyambogo University

Daglas Mukiibi
Student - Kyambogo University

Ayebare Dorothy
Student - KU

Dakota Hart
Student - University of Oxford / Sarah Lawrence College

Chris Ssema
student - Busitema University

Student - Lubaga Medical School

Kivumbi Nasser Sultan
Student - IUIU KC University

Nayiga Gloria
Developer - Luweero Information and Communication centre

Denis Ongu
Professor - Gulu University

Philippe van Nedervelde
CEO & Founder - E-SPACES

John Mujuni
Professor - Kabale University

Onesmus Ayinebyona
Student - Electrical Engineering

Anyijukire Onesmus
AI engineer - Galaxy tech- Gulu branch,uganda

founder of a design studio - Contributer

Arinda Allan
Developer - Ginx tech-uganda

Anitah Bamukunda
Student - IT

Emmanuel Mugabe
University Student - -

Ariho Patience
Data scientist - SMI-Kabale main branch

Tusiime Frank
Student - Central Uganda

Kawuma Isaac
University Student - Department of Economics

Ikiriza Ngabirano
Developer - Manson tech-iganga

Nampala Rebecca
Student - Fashion and design , YMCA

Juma Shabul
AI engineer - Ibanda-uganda

Amwiine Albert
Developer - AMS - fortportal branch

Nabaggala Joviah
Student - Neural Networks

Jogoo Luis
PhD - Risk Identification and Mitigation

Nabaggala Joviah
Student -

Derrick kamugisha
AI engineer - Mbalaba-kenya

Ntege Joshua
Student - Bachelor of commerce

Joshua Mugabi

Groot Baker
Professor - Mubs main campus

Aine Romeo
Developer - Pullux groups- Lira branch

Nagasha john
Civil engineer - IT department

Aine Bashemera
Student - Science and Technology - Kyambogo University

Corey Eastwood
Bookstore Owner - Human Relations Bookstore, Brooklyn

Brian Mugalula
Student - Makerere University

developer - AI

- - Business administration

developer - masindi

Mercy kushaba
Developer - Smart X - Mukono

Hope Avery
Lawyer - Law

Nicholas Mugwanya
Medical Student - Kabale School of Medicine - Western Uganda

Vicent Kitonsa
Student - Logistics

Patrick Yiga
Student - KYU- civil engineering

Producer - Music

Martha Ainomuwhezi
Electrical engineer - Tororo-uganda

Nahula Eunice
Data scientist - Delux group - Mbale

Jon Martin
Models - Data / AI

Kitandwe Andrew Gideon

Academic researcher - Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria

Student - University, Kenya

Henrination Andromeda
Data scientist - Boda Boda banja

Mugasha Keneth
Logistics and Management - Oskan Foods

david bush
Students - Makerere University Kampala Uganda

Professor - African Union

Morris Ainembabazi
AI engineer - Kampala-uganda

Daniel Musinguzi
Director - PRA - UGANDA

Edgar Umeri
Student - KCL

Sylivia Mubangizi
Student - MUST

Mulwanyi Kefah
Developer - Kampala

Patrick Arinda
AI engineer - Uganda

Student - Rwanda

Joseph Ssebunya
Data scientist - Uganda

Amia Gift
Developer - Kampala

Bugton Didus
AI engineer - Kampala

Ubaldo Arinda
AI engineer - Kampala

Developer - Mbarara

Student - Mbarara

Developer - Kampala

Paolo Bianchi
Machine Learning - University of Milan

Mukundane andrew
Student - MUBS

Full Stack Developer - Jinja

Student - Mengo

Developer - Kampala

Wandera Henry
Data scientist - Verma co

Deborah Olukan
PhD Student - University of Leeds

Tumwebaze geofrey
Journalist - Uganda

Student - Banda

Jonathan Grace, Serugga
Student - U Delaware

John Phillip Ibanez
Head of Engineering - APAC - IV.AI

Frank Wei
Data analyst - Environmental Science

Jacob Masoudi
Full Stack Engineer - IV.AI

Leah Arsenault
Data Analyst - IV.AI

Justin Catino
VP Strategy and Analytics - IV.AI

Fullstack Developer - IV.AI

James Keinerugaba
Scientist - Uganda

Sales - IV.AI

Darius Ariho
CEO - JAT Properties

Brian Bills
Developer - Uganda

Journalist - Uganda

VP Operations -

Jeff Mugerwa
Developer - Eminent- Uganda

Uri Fernandez
EVP Global Operations -

student - kampala

Faryy - Engineer

Innocent Tumwesigye
Student - Makerere University-Uganda

Student -

Rhodes Atukwase
Developer - Child Network Organization

Ashley Mann
Machine Learning - \o/


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