In our algorithm-driven world, the risks are too high for artificial intelligence (AI) to marginalise, exclude or harm certain individuals. This must change!
Multi-Stakeholder Feedback is essential to identify the potential harms of an artificial intelligence application. MKAI welcomes everyone to become a contributor to our diverse community that identifies AI harms and risks. We are not looking for AI, ethics or risk experts. In fact quite the opposite, it is by calling on each of our unique lived experiences and perspectives that the insights will be uncovered. Our diversity is our strength.

There is no cost to become a contributor, and no time commitment either. To get started, simply fill in your details on the form. We always protect your data and never ever share it.
The MKAI Diverse Inputs for AI Risks Community provides vital perspectives to organisations and governments across the world about the potential harms that could arise from their use of AI.
Algorithmic bias and injustice are prominent topics in AI ethics and machine learning conversations, and for good reason. From racist chatbots to facial recognition algorithms that fail women, there have been many cases of bias and injustice infiltrating artificial intelligence models. The risk implicit in the technologies we are supposed to trust has been exposed through high-profile failures in artificial intelligence (AI) and autonomous systems.
Why get involved with the MKAI Diverse Inputs for AI Risks Community?
Who do we work with?
Anyone deploying AI is open to risk, but there is specific pressure to get it right on those companies involved with:
● HR Automation
● Social Media Algorithms
● Recommendation Engines
● Education Technologies
● Insurance Algorithms
● Health and Medicines
● Security and Surveillance
● Government Related Systems
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A word from our Innovation Director...
"Good processes and governance are not enough to address the serious issues that can arise from artificial intelligence (AI). Broader perspectives are needed. Our goal is that the MKAI diverse inputs community is consulted on every high risk AI project. I greatly encourage you to get involved and contribute towards creating safer, fairer and more inclusive AI."
Dr. Odilia Coi
Director of Innovation at
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