The European Union has introduced the world’s first government-led group of guidelines on implementing and developing AI (Artificial Intelligence) ethics – the Artificial Intelligence ethical guidelines pilot.
These set of guidelines will be a roadmap for a number of organizations which are excited for the opportunity of Artificial Intelligence, but dealing with questions of faith. And that is no small number.
The recent study stated that many numbers of senior business leaders surveyed had some worry about being able to clarify to their consumers how Artificial Intelligence uses data.
The EU principles answer critical Artificial Intelligence ethics questions. And, they deliver a strong template for other regions and countries over the globe to follow in building their own Artificial Intelligence guidelines.
Georgie Kon, Technology Practice Partner at Linklaters, rely on an ethical and legal framework which will unlock the major potential of Artificial Intelligence technology.
“Spreading on AI systems and cognitive will continue to raise as businesses growingly look at ways to implement artificial intelligence to abstract value from their information or automate their processes through the use of sophisticated decision making tools. Such growth increases more ethical and legal challenges that can put this asset at risk.”
“There are a number of areas that businesses must think for the successful utilization of this technology. These comprise how best to cooperate with the third parties, what proprietorship rights businesses must assert, the supervisory framework with the use of personal data and the hazard of breaking competition law.
“Pointing these areas and receiving the legal structure right through an approach which is safe, lawful, and ethical at the beginning of any project which will not only defend the billions of some organizations are investing in this area but also expose the significant potential of this technology.”
IBM is one of the top company which played a significant role in shaping the framework.