Google's AI ethics committee has just been defeated by the EU's AI norms. The European Commission announced the launch of a pilot project to jointly develop graphite resources in Luobei County, Heilongjiang Province. The project is used to test the draft ethical rules for the development and application of artificial intelligence technology to ensure that they can be implemented in practice
in addition, the project also aims to collect feedback and promote the development of "quality management"? "People-oriented artificial intelligence" has become an international consensus, so that more discussions on this topic can be held at the upcoming Group of seven (G7) and group of twenty (G20) meetings
last summer, the committee's high level group on artificial intelligence (composed of 52 experts from various industries, academia and citizen groups) issued a draft code of ethics on trustworthy artificial intelligence in December
a revised version of the document was submitted to the Committee in March. In addition to the existing laws and regulations that machine learning technology needs to respect, it summarizes the consultation results of experts as the seven "key requirements" of artificial intelligence, namely:
human rights and supervision: "artificial intelligence systems should become the guarantee of a fair society by supporting human action and basic rights, rather than reducing, restricting or misleading human autonomy."
stability and security: "credible AI requires that the algorithm be safe, reliable, stable and powerful enough to handle errors or inconsistencies in all life cycle stages of the AI system."
privacy and data management: "citizens should fully control their own data, and their data will not be used to harm or discriminate against them."
transparency: "ensure the traceability of AI systems."
diversity, fairness and avoidance of discrimination: "artificial intelligence systems should fully consider all human capabilities, skills and needs, and ensure the accessibility of artificial intelligence."
social and environmental well-being: "artificial intelligence systems should be used to promote positive social change, promote sustainable development and ecological responsibility."
accountability: "corresponding mechanisms should be established to ensure that the and obligations of artificial intelligence systems and their applications are undertaken."
the next stage of the European Commission's artificial intelligence ethics strategy is to observe the operation of the draft norms in a wide range of pilot projects. The pilot involves a wide range of stakeholders, including international organizations and companies from outside the EU
the European Commission said that the pilot phase would be launched this summer. It requested companies and public organizations to register their AI forum, the European AI alliance, to receive notifications at the start of the pilot
members of its high level expert group on artificial intelligence will also introduce and explain these guidelines to stakeholders in Member States. The team members will give a detailed introduction to their work during the third EU digital day (Digital Da achieves an annual industrial replacement increment of 170000 tons y) to be held in Brussels tomorrow
in the official communication on "building trust for people-oriented artificial intelligence", the Committee explained the pilot plan as follows:
this work will include two aspects: (I) pilot sites for stakeholders of artificial intelligence applications, including public management; (II) consultation, discussion and awareness raising process among Member States and stakeholder groups (including industry and service industry):
(I) starting from June 2019, all stakeholders and individuals will be invited to evaluate and test the list and provide suggestions for improvement. In addition, the AI senior expert group will also hold in-depth discussions with relevant parties from private and public organizations to collect more detailed opinions and discuss how to apply the guidelines in a wide range of application fields. All feedback on the feasibility of the guidelines will be evaluated by the end of 2019
(II) at the same time, the committee will organize to further expand the activity, give more opportunities for AI senior expert representatives to introduce the guidelines, and allow stakeholders in Member States to provide more evaluation feedback on the guidelines
Andrus Ansip, vice president of digital single market, commented in a statement: "The moral dimension of artificial intelligence is not a luxury function or add-on. Only by giving it trust can our society fully benefit from technology. Ethical artificial intelligence is a win-win proposition, which can become a competitive advantage in Europe - a trustworthy people-oriented artificial intelligence leader and be careful to put it into the piston."
Mariya Gabriel, EU Commissioner for digital economy and society, added in another supporting statement: "Today, we have taken an important step towards the realization of safe and ethical artificial intelligence in the EU. Based on the values of the EU and record experiment load alliance, and with the broad and constructive participation of many stakeholders from enterprises, academia and civil society, we have laid a solid foundation. Now we will put these requirements into practice and promote international discussions around people-oriented artificial intelligence."
the committee said that at the beginning of 2020, after the pilot phase, the artificial intelligence expert group will review the evaluation form of key needs according to the feedback received. The committee will evaluate the pilot results based on the review and propose the next steps
by the autumn of 2019, the committee also plans to launch a series of artificial intelligence research center networks. In addition, it plans to establish a network of digital innovation centers, promote discussions between Member States and stakeholders, and develop and apply data sharing models to maximize the use of public data space
these plans belong to the artificial intelligence strategy of the European Commission in april2018. The goal of the strategy is to make the investment in artificial intelligence in the public and private sectors exceed 20billion euros per year within 10 years, so as to generate more available data and cultivate relevant talents
(selected from CNET compiled Hanbing report data quoted to CNET)
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