The scientific study of machine behavior by those outside of Computer Science and Robotics provides new perspectives on important economic, social and political phenomena that machines influence. But the rapid growth of artificial intelligence has hindered our ability to replicate and audit the behavior of emerging artificial intelligence systems. These hindrances have opened the door to unintended consequences like unexpected biases, unethical behavior, and unequal access to these systems.
TuringBox is a two-sided marketplace that facilitates both the behavioural study of artificial intelligence systems and the production of new, socially-aware systems.
Learn more about it at http://turingbox.mit.edu/