The European Commission’s High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence released a draft of its ethics guidelines for trustworthy AI. The draft breaks down the ethical purposes for the use of artificial intelligence, ensuring those ethical uses are implemented and the requirements considered trustworthy. “This document forms part of a vision that emphasises human-centric artificial intelligence which will enable Europe to become a globally leading innovator in AI, rooted in ethical purpose,” the document states. The final version of the guidelines is expected to be published in March. Anyone who wishes to offer feedback on the guidelines can do so through the European AI Alliance.
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