TENACITy, Travelling Intelligence Against Crime and Terrorism is a EU funded Research Project under the Innovation Action (IA) with Grant Agreement
The partners have committed to ensure and respect of basic EU values, such as respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and human rights, including the rights of minorities.
TENACITy project complies with ethical principles (including the highest standards of research integrity as set out in the ALLEA European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity, as well as applicable international and national law, including the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the European Convention on Human Rights and its Supplementary Protocols.
Appropriate procedures, policies and structures are in place to foster responsible research practices, to prevent questionable research practices and research misconduct, and to handle allegations of breaches of the principles and standards in the Code of Conduct.
TENACITy approach is based on European approach to AI as expressed in key documents such as the AI HLEG Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI and the proposed EU AI ACT. The proposed Act represents the first attempt at a global level to set norms and standards for AI development and deployment and to ensure a “well-functioning internal market for AI systems” based on “EU values and fundamental rights”, regulating an incredibly broad set of technologies and tools.
TENACITy will leverage on the use scenarios and the risk scale proposed, to realise the principle set out in these documents, including self-assessment on the use of AI.
TENACITy will comply with regulatory obligations stemming from the Act and other relevant instruments throughout the development process, and in the long-term of its output. The project will also contribute to regulatory improvements by suggesting policy recommendations to the EC based on the lessons learned from the project.