Thursday, December 1, 2022


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Application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is used to do almost everything from obtaining data to enhancing the performance of other technologies, predicting the outcome of events, hiring candidates, and even saving lives. However, it increasingly threatens democracy and the rights and safety of human beings. Governments across the globe have begun drafting principles to guide how the technology is being modeled and used.

On October 4, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) unveiled a set of five principles dubbed Blueprint for AI Bill of Rights, aiming to mitigate the abuse of AI systems and discrimination of the technology, as well as to ensure transparency and the protection of U.S. citizens. The EU Committee released its own set of principles in 2019 called The Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI, which led to the current draft of the EU Artificial Intelligence Act. Finally, some legal transparency and accountability requirements to protect people across continents.

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