Reflexivity Grid on the Ethical Issues of Artificial Intelligence Systems (AIS)

Researchers from the International Observatory on the Societal Impacts of AI and Digital Technologies (OBVIA) have developed a reflexivity grid on the ethical issues of artificial intelligence systems (AIS), based on the 10 principles of the Montréal Declaration for a Responsible Development of Artificial Intelligence.

Presented in the form of a questionnaire with open-ended answers, this grid was designed to help team members who design, implement and manage AIS take into account the ethical issues arising from the development and use of these new technologies.

This grid is part of a participatory research perspective and aims to develop useful ethical tools for practitioners. It is intended to be constantly evolving in light of the needs and experience of the actors likely to use it.

Download the grid (in French only)

Testing the Grid in a Workplace

If you wish to use this reflexivity grid in the framework of a professional project, you can contact our team to evaluate possible collaborations:

OBVIA researchers responsible for the project

  • Allison Marchildon

    Professor, Department of Philosophy and Applied Ethics, Faculty of Arts and Humanities

    Université de Sherbrooke

  • Steve Jacob

    Professor, Department of Political Science and Research Chair in Public Administration in the Digital Age

    Université Laval

  • Aude-Marie Marcoux

    PhD Candidate in Management

    Université du Québec à Montréal

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