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Consultation Group to Steer Ethical AI Development
Jan 12 2020 Read 422 Times
As part of its initiatives to understand the ethical implications posed by AI and create trusted AI technologies, Fujitsu Laboratories of Europe has been selected to join the European Consultation on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI) High-Level Group, where the company will play a role in evolving responsible AI initiatives – including working within AI4People, an organisation that aims to create an AI Ethical Framework along with recommendations around the Governance of AI; and the EU AI Alliance, a specialised multi-stakeholder forum established to focus on all aspects of AI development and its impact on the economy and society.
AI4People serves as ECAI's Knowledge Partner and has the function of scientifically validating the contents of the consultation. ECAI is being organised by twelve of AI4People's leading media partners, with representation from Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, Poland, Portugal, and the United Kingdom. AI4People’s President, Michelangelo Baracchi Bonvicini, explains: "We are particularly satisfied about the work AI4People has presented at the European Parliament on 6th November. After the work done on AI Ethics and AI Governance, AI4People is looking at 2020 with ECAI, which will see the application of the results that have been reached in specific sectors included by AI with the drafting of the first 8 Global Frameworks for a Good AI."
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