Artificial intelligence: Commission kicks off work on marrying cutting-edge technology and ethical standards

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Economia - pubblicata il 12 Marzo 2018


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Artificial intelligence: Commission kicks off work on marrying cutting-edge technology and ethical standards

The Commission has opened today applications for a group on artificial intelligence (AI) to gather expert input and rally a stakeholder alliance. Also today,
the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE), an independent advisory body to the Commission, has published a statement on artificial intelligence. The expert group will be tasked to advise the Commission on how to unite a broad and
diverse community of stakeholders in a ‘European AI Alliance’
; support the implementation of the upcoming European initiative on artificial intelligence; and come forward by the end of the
year with draft guidelines for the ethical development and use of artificial intelligence based on the EU’s fundamental rights.

The guidelines will be drafted following a wide consultation and building on today’s statement by EGE. Applications to join the expert group in artificial intelligence can be submitted until 9
April and the Commission aims to set this group up by May. The group will gather and build on the work done by other experts which is relevant to artificial intelligence, such as the high-level
strategy group for industrial technologies (intermediate
report
) and the expert group on liability and new technologies. For the latter a call for applications was also launched . This expert group will assist the Commission in analysing the challenges related to the
existing liability framework. More information is available in a press release.

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