Standard Clauses For Procurement Of Trustworthy Algorithmic Systems

The City of Amsterdam is increasingly using AI and algorithmic systems. In order to use these algorithms in a secure and responsible manner they have developed contractual terms for the algorithms that they purchase from suppliers, which describe which information they require from them. If you like to know more about the terms, the contractual process or use these contractual terms, they are open to the public to use.

The Digital Rights Governance Framework

Defining the foundations, structures and tools to govern digital rights in cities. It focuses on the local safeguarding of human rights in the digital context of city governments. The Framework is a living document and will continue to be updated with inputs from experts, local experiences and the results of the Digital Rights Governance Project.

Amsterdam’s AI Agenda

This agenda outlines the City of Amsterdam’s ambitions regarding AI: develop AI technology for People. The underlying objective is to implement interventions that will improve the lives of the city’s residents by limiting the negative and enhancing the positive effects of digitization. The agenda sets conditions for algorithms to prevent discrimination and be more transparent and explainable. In this context, several algorithms are to be audited annually, and algorithms placed in a register. Furthermore, the agenda adheres to the values set out in the Tada manifesto, written by professionals from the Amsterdam region to advocate an ethical and responsible use of data and technology.

Generative AI for Urban Governance

The purpose of this review is to shine light on different kinds of existing generative AI models and the types of problems they are currently being applied to, before presenting our research on the potential of generative AI to assist in decision making processes in the management of cities.