Ease report generation for multi-stakeholders
Boost employee satisfaction
Configurable report templates
Accelerate safer and better models-to-market
Manage regulatory compliance proactively
Data, model and documentation management
Regulation and policies management
EXPLAINABLE RISK MANAGER™
Manage model risk proactively
Aggregate and measure financial and ethical risk with expert knowledge
Automate controls for day to day engineering
Provide flexible policy and regulation management in fast changing regulatory environment
65+ configurable controls
Configurable external regulation and internal policy requirements
Prevent reputational harm proactively
Accelerate fairer models to market
Fairness assessment for models and datasets
Disparate impact analysis
SENSITIVE FEATURE ESCROW SERVICE™
Ensure fair machine learning
On-demand bias testing for data scientists without direct access to sensitive data
Ensuring that lending practices don’t discriminate based on race, gender, and a host of other considerations is not just the law — it’s the right thing to do, and it’s good for business.
As lending institutions increasingly incorporate artificial intelligence into their application review and decision making practices, they increase their risk of making unintended discriminatory decisions. Poorly designed algorithms, flawed data, or even benign changes to system logic can lead to unfair and potentially illegal lending practices. Fixing these issues when they occur and preventing them from becoming part of AI modeling is imperative to regulatory compliance.
FAIRLY’s proprietary anti-bias auditing technology enables banks and other lending institutions to assess the results of their AI algorithms and then identify, determine the source of, and provide fixes for issues that we find. FAIRLY can also advise institutions about best practices to avoid issues going forward.
With FAIRLY guiding unbiased AI, financial institutions can rest assured that their lending decisions are good for business, as well as fair and compliant.
Ensuring that healthcare practices don’t discriminate based on race, gender, and a host of other considerations is not just the law — it’s the right thing to do, and it’s good for business.
AI is playing an increasingly important role in healthcare. From assessing patient x-rays and scans, to diagnosing cancer, to managing emergency room flow, healthcare providers and hospital administrators are using AI to help inform diagnoses and make critical decisions. So it’s no surprise that having accurate and unbiassed data feeding into AI algorithms is a matter of life and death.
But outdated or erroneous assumptions, demographic inaccuracies, and myriad other biases can too easily infiltrate healthcare AI, not only impacting patient care and outcomes, but also placing healthcare providers at legal risk.
FAIRLY can help detect and eliminate hidden bias in AI. Working with A hospital’s cross-functional team of physicians, administrators, and IT experts, FAIRLY can audit incoming data and algorithms to make sure AI systems are continuously calibrated to produce positive patient care outcomes.
With FAIRLY guiding unbiased AI, healthcare teams can rest assured that their AI systems can deliver safe and positive outcomes.
Ensuring that hiring practices don’t discriminate based on race, gender, and a host of other considerations is not just the law — it’s the right thing to do, and it’s good for business.
One individual online job posting can attract hundreds, if not thousands of applications. Multiply that by the dozens of open positions companies can have simultaneously, and it’s no wonder that organizations are looking at AI solutions to help them sort through the digital stacks of responses they receive and spotlight candidates with the highest potential.
But experience has shown how easy it is for unintentional bias to make its way into AI algorithms and leave companies exposed to unintended unfair hiring practices. Company leaders want and need to hire the best people for the job. They also want and need to avoid any chance or even the perception that they are giving preferential treatment to certain applicants, or worse, disadvantaging legally protected classes.
FAIRLY helps hiring teams root out bias in their AI systems and ensure that every qualified candidate for a job is given equal and fair consideration.
With FAIRLY guiding unbiased AI, hiring managers can rest assured that their recruitment AI systems are fair and compliant.
Ensuring that admission practices don’t discriminate based on race, gender, and a host of other considerations is not just the law — it’s the right thing to do, and it’s good for business.
Every year colleges and universities are inviting, and receiving, ever higher numbers of student applications. They’re incorporating AI systems into their admissions process to help deal with the tens of thousands of applicants and help inform decisions.
But if their AI algorithms are created from data with inherent bias, then those tainted systems will deliver biased and perhaps even discriminatory results to admissions officers. And that bias is likely to be unintentionally carried through in admissions decisions. As recent legal challenges to university admissions process have shown, no institution can afford to take that risk.
With FAIRLY, admissions officers can identify and root out bias in their AI systems, understand the causes of that bias, and determine how to eliminate it. As a result, colleges and universities can more easily and confidently filter through their many thousands of student applicants to create a class cohort with the ideal mix of talents, interests, and demographic representation — and untainted by bias.
With FAIRLY guiding unbiased AI, education admission officers can rest assured that their admission AI systems are fair and compliant.