Dafna Feinholz: "The inalienable ethical principles of AI are the algorithmic transparency, the responsibility and the equal access to its benefits"

Dafna Feinholz: "The inalienable ethical principles of AI are the algorithmic transparency, the responsibility and the equal access to its benefits"

The ability of intelligent "machines" of self-learning, following the rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI), has set off alarm bells about the urgent need to develop a universal framework of ethical principles related to AI.

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A Global Summit in Geneva puts AI in the service of poverty and the Sustainable Development Goals

A Global Summit in Geneva puts AI in the service of poverty and the Sustainable Development Goals

Artificial intelligence (AI) increases exponentially, but does it do it in the same way worldwide? The answer is No. While the richest areas of our planet and the most wealthiest social classes have access to each new solution and service of AI systems, the poorest run the risk of not accessing this force of change in science and the world economy. 

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