HumaneAI partners contribute to OECD AI principles

HumaneAI partners working with OECD
HumaneAI partners working with OECD

HumaneAI partner Jozef Stefan Institute with expert Marko Grobelnik has been involved in designing the OECD AI Principles which are the first such principles signed up to by governments and have been discussed also in the HumaneAI project.

On 22 May 2019 the OECD member countries approved the OECD Council Recommendation on Artificial Intelligence.

Beyond OECD members, other countries including Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and Romania have already adhered to the AI Principles, with further adherents welcomed. Ministerial  Meeting the AI Principles.

Relevant is the fact that this is the first AI document as a result of a political consensus among 36 OECD members and 5 non-member countries.

HumaneAI co-chairing a session at AI for Good Summit

The AI for Good Global Summit is THE leading United Nations platform for global and inclusive dialogue on AI
The AI for Good Global Summit is THE leading United Nations platform for global and inclusive dialogue on AI

HumaneAI partner Virginia Dignum from Umeå University is co-chairing a session at AI for Good Summit this week to discuss the similarities and differences of different guidelines (IEEE, EAD, EU and OECD) and the potential issues of having alternative proposals for guidelines, together with representatives from the groups who created the guidelines and several ‘users’ from across the world, including Europe, China, Africa and Caribean. Please join us on Friday 31st if you are in Geneva for AI for Good.