The 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners is underway in Brussels this week. On Tuesday, the French data protection authority, the CNIL, the European Data Protection Supervisor and Italian DPA, the Garante, co-authored a new declaration on ethics and data protection in artificial intelligence. Along with the declaration's six principles, the ICDPPC, "in order to further elaborate guidance to accompany the principles," will establish "a permanent working group addressing the challenges of artificial intelligence development," an ICDPPC release states. The working group "will be in charge of promoting understanding of and respect for the principles of the present resolution, by all relevant parties involved in the development of [AI] systems, including governments and public authorities, standardization bodies, [AI] systems designers, providers and researchers, companies, citizens and end users" of AI systems.
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