Read the editorial on Financial Times explain why the EU guidelines for use of ethical artificial intelligence are a good step :
The EU’s guidelines on artificial intelligence have been praised for setting a global standard. They are also timely, given the revelation this week that Microsoft had worked with a Chinese military-affiliated university on AI research. The EU’s principles leave open the question of how to decide whether AI is of good to society. The answer will be in nuanced regulation of individual applications, not a blanket approach to all AI. Strategies for ethical AI are not new, but the European Commission’s document is noteworthy. It draws on a wide array of experts and is grounded in the idea that AI should both respect rights and be robust enough to avoid unintentional harm.
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