Transparency in Action

Saidot enables transparency and accountability in AI

Identities for



In Saidot, data intensive algorithmic systems and AI applications are assigned identities. Each identity acts as a unique identifier, and provides a means for ecosystem transparency, accountability, and cooperation. In this way each identity can be developed to align with best practices and earn the trust of its users.

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model for transparency

We standardize transparency by providing an open, modular data model that organizations and ecosystems can adapt and utilize according to their needs. Our model facilitates organization- and sector-specific requirements, while securing interoperability between different versions.

Saidot builds on the data model by using claims to define the behaviour and accountabilities in algorithmic systems. It also offers benchmark workflows uniquely designed for people developing and governing responsible AI.

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Collaborative responsibilities

The creation of responsible AI ecosystems requires new forms of collaboration. All  participants share an important role in providing the transparency that enables end-to-end accountability.  With Saidot, our customers can invite partner organizations to participate in defining, verifying, or reviewing claims and identities, helping to build a deeper collaboration based on shared understanding, responsibility, and accountability.

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Third Parties
and APIs

Our APIs welcome third parties – such as authorities and certifiers – to create and deploy sector-specific requirements, or to generate certifications and trust marks.

Our customers can also give stakeholders – from the general public to trusted third parties – the option to request and verify the information used and generated by their AI systems.

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Platform for enabling algorithmic
impact assessments

Saidot adapts to varying requirements of different algorithmic impact assessments by offering customised claims and claim sets. Our platform provides the means to operationalise AI transparency and accountability requirements such as the: