This is cool:
«Public bias bounties could be a standard part of algorithmic risk-assessment programs in companies. The National Institute of Standards and Technology, the U.S.-government entity that develops algorithmic-risk standards, has included validation exercises, such as bounties, as a part of its recommended algorithmic-ethics program in its latest AI Risk Management Framework. Bounty programs can be an informative way to incorporate structured public feedback into real-time algorithmic monitoring.»
Although I guess we’d have to take into account the cost of verifying every claim of a bounty.
(NIST is involved? Neet!)