The TTC Labs Trustworthy AI Glossary is a tool to help people who are starting their research journey into trustworthy AI. It is intended to support a better understanding of some of the key terms, or provide a brief snapshot of the current conversations around them.
From our research into trustworthy and responsible AI, we have seen how many of the key terms in this space exist in relationship to one another – sometimes supporting each other but often existing in tension with each other.
This interactive glossary unpacks these terms, offering definitions and showing how they relate to each other. It brings together a summary of research by experts, product makers, academics and regulators. We hope this tool will be a useful starting point to guide you towards useful resources and ongoing conversations.
This is a Beta tool which will continue to develop and be informed by our ongoing work and research into this area.
Trustworthy AI is an evolving area of research, development and policy. This interactive glossary unpacks these terms, offering definitions and showing how they relate to each other. It brings together a summary of research by experts, product makers, academics and regulators.Scroll to discover more
Anyone who uses AI-powered products or services as a consumer, client or customer.
People and entities that hold AI systems to account, such as policymakers, legislators, academics and advocacy groups.
Companies building or deploying AI-powered products, services, apps and websites.