A surprise contribution to views on AI comes from the Vatican. On February 28, Rome Call for AI Ethics was issued. The paper calls for AI to be developed with a focus on the "good of humanity and of the environment, of our common and shared home and of its human inhabitants". AI, the Call provides,… Continue reading Vatican Too
So the Canadian Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel issued a report called Canada's Communications Future: Time to Act. I presume the time to act is now, and the things we need to act on are 97 recommendations according to the review. Number 93 of these is: We recommend that the Ministers of Canadian Heritage and… Continue reading #93
The White House Office of Science and Technology policy has released draft regulatory principles for the governance of AI. The memorandum proposes policy considerations to guide regulatory and non-regulatory oversight. Notably we also have a legislative definition of AI adopted from the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act: "(1) Any artificial system that performs tasks… Continue reading White House principles on AI governance
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com I should like to get better information on this suggested introduction on laws regarding AI in early 2020. I searched around a bit but can't really find anything. It suggests an ongoing tension between the EU and the United States' positions on AI, but I'm not really sure that is… Continue reading EU legislation on AI pending in 2020?
Previously I noted Indo-French Bi-lateral cooperation on AI. Well now we have an Indo-German statement of cooperation. This statement aims towards a 2020 workshop in Berlin between agencies of each government and states that they will focus on mutual best practices. Best practices, one assumes, could include regulatory standards when governments are involved. Further aims include deployment in… Continue reading Indo-German cooperation on AI