Ouren Kuiper

Ouren Kuiper

Researcher

Ouren Kuiper is a researcher at the research group AI studying the impact of artificial intelligence on society with a focus on the ethics and explainability of AI.

Ouren completed his PhD at the VU Amsterdam in collaboration with TNO on the topic of autonomous vehicles. Exploring the consequences, foreseen and unforeseen, of technological developments is the leitmotiv of his research. At the research group AI of the HU Ouren focuses on two entwined lines of research: Explainability of AI, aimed at keeping AI understandable to a wider public; and Ethics of AI, aimed at exploring how AI can be developed in a fair and transparent manner.

Artificial intelligence is influencing more and more aspects of our lives. Research can shed light on where these developments are heading, and how we as a society can utilize the opportunities offered by AI while avoiding the risks.

Expertises
  • Human-centred AI
  • Machine learning
  • AI ethics

 


Publications

  • Exploring Explainable AI in the Financial Sector Perspectives of Banks and Supervisory Authorities
    • Ouren Kuiper, Martin van den Berg, Joost van der Burgt, Stefan Leijnen
    • Research group: Artificial Intelligence
    • Lecture
    • 2022
  • Exploring Explainable AI in the Financial Sector Perspectives of Banks and Supervisory Authorities
    • Ouren Kuiper, Martin van den Berg, Joost van der Burgt, Stefan Leijnen
    • Research group: Artificial Intelligence
    • Article
    • 2021
  • XAI in the financial sector a conceptual framework for explainable AI (XAI)
    • Martin van den Berg, Ouren Kuiper
    • Research group: Artificial Intelligence
    • Other publication types
    • 2020

Projects

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Ouren Kuiper

Ouren Kuiper

  • Researcher
  • Research group: Artificial Intelligence