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Grounding Explainability Within the Context of Global South in XAI

by   Deepa Singh, et al.
The University of Sydney
RWTH Aachen University

In this position paper, we propose building a broader and deeper understanding around Explainability in AI by 'grounding' it in social contexts, the socio-technical systems operate in. We situate our understanding of grounded explainability in the 'Global South' in general and India in particular and express the need for more research within the global south context when it comes to explainability and AI.


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