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May 26, 2021… The Alan Turing Institute is pleased to announce the publication of Facets of Trustworthiness in Digital Identity Systems, a Technical Briefing from the Trustworthy Digital Infrastructure for Identity Systems project. The publication introduces a new framework to be developed as a resource for and in consultation with governments, humanitarian organisations and industry stakeholders that are advancing digital identity systems. Providing a mechanism for determining whether systems warrant being trusted by the people and organisations that are increasingly relying on them, the framework sets a foundation for assessing the requirements, such as fairness, explainability, privacy and user agency, alongside more established systems development criteria.

The framework is to be published under creative commons license in response to growing use of digital identity in modern society, and particularly the influence of…

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