About the Working Groups

Working group members are a global collective of individuals passionate and/or curious about Trustworthy AI who come from many different educational and professional backgrounds, as well as exhibit different levels of skill and knowledge as it relates to AI. These groups will begin meeting in September, 2021 and carry on through April 2022.


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Building Trustworthy AI Working Group

The Building Trustworthy AI Working Group for AI builders is an engaged community of over 250 global members who aim to help our technical community build more Trustworthy AI. We invite developers, funders, and policy-makers expressly concerned with technical products and standards to this group.

Our three main goals of this working group are to: 

  1. establish best practices in key areas of Trustworthy AI. 
  2. include more diverse stakeholders involved in building AI.
  3. develop new technologies as building blocks for developers.
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Civil Society Actors for Trustworthy AI Working Group

The Civil Society Actors for Trustworthy AI Working Group is for civil society actors engaged with AI and the promotion of trustworthy solutions in their communities and work. We welcome global and local activists, artists, journalists, organizers, and researchers already working on Trustworthy AI and those who are interested in doing so to this group.

Our three main goals of this working group are to:

  1. increase the number of civil society actors promoting Trustworthy AI as a key part of their work.
  2. include more diverse stakeholders in designing, procuring, deploying, and regulating AI.
  3. empower citizens to hold companies accountable for the trustworthiness of their AI.


Join a Project

Later this August, once projects have been selected for the MozFest TAI Working Groups, we will open a call for interest and participation in joining a project group. Check back in August for more info about participating in a working group as a contributor (rather than project lead).

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If you have questions about proposing or leading a project, please reach out to either of the MozFest team working group chairs Temi Popo or Chad Sansing. You can also find us on the MozFest community Slack.