Stephen Downes

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Tony Hirst points to the use of what are called 'model cards' used to document an AI model. "My first thought," he writes, "was whether this could be a 'new thing' for including in bibliographic/reference data (eg when citing a module, you'd ideally cite its model card)." Drawing on an example from Whisper, a model card could contain such information as where the model is intended for use, training data used to create the model, and information about performance and limitations. "The model card format is more completely described in Model Cards for Model Reporting by Margaret Mitchell et al." he writes.

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