On top of that, several international organizations, including the European Commission and UNESCO, are developing guidelines and a regulatory framework for ethical and trustworthy AI.
Many companies do not know how to realize the potential of artificial intelligence while also meeting guidelines and regulations regarding ethical and trustworthy AI..
“Many companies looking to get started with AI are fearful of increasing AI regulation and guidelines around ethical and trustworthy AI. With our software, Justifai, we offer an ethical and trustworthy AI toolbox that allows the user to focus on the business problem while Justifai proactively monitors for potential legal and compliance risks.” – says CEO Rachel Alexander, who won the Belgian IT Personality of the Year Award in 2019.
Omina Technologies has three services: Omina Consultancy, Omina Academy and Justifai. Currently Omina Consultancy plays an important role in realizing the mission of enabling companies (e.g. Belfius, Graphic Packaging International, Telenet, UCB and Wolters Kluwer) to use artificial intelligence in a reliable and ethical way. In the future Justifai must also contribute substantially to the realization of this mission.
Justifai is a business-user accessible AI software product that enables business users to solve business problems using ethical, understandable and reliable AI. Justifai proactively keeps legal and compliance risks under control, without the need for the company to recruit an army of AI scientists. Justifai overcomes many challenges to the development of ethical, understandable and trustworthy AI solutions.
In Justifai, the business user can compare scenarios to proactively assess the impact of decreasing/increasing the priority of evaluation criteria such as group fairness (taking fair decisions for minority groups) on the performance of the AI solution on other evaluation criteria such as business impact or interpretability of model logics.