In February 2019 Donald Trump made it clear in a executive order the desire to "maintain American leadership in the field of artificial intelligence" (AI). In the ambit of the will expressed in the document, the White House published this Tuesday a draft of a memo with 10 principles upon which US federal agencies should base their time on regulating this technology.
The document points to reduced White House interference, which explains how state agencies should regulate AI. Check out the photo gallery for the 10 principles presented, some related to transparency, fairness and security.
But some are criticizing the White House document for being too vague. Journalist and date expert Karen Hao has been tweeting a lot since the news went public where her opinion is clear.
But Europe also wants to lead in robotics and AI and differentiate itself by ethics. In April 2019 the European Commission defined seven "commandments" for a more ethical AI, which resulted from the review of the commission that set the guidelines for ethics in AI and put human decision at the center.
For some time now, the advent of AI and how fantastic it can be for society, but at the same time awful if used unknowingly, has been touted. However, AI is already with us, more or less clearly, usefully or experimentally, and although we do not have to worry about “Skynet exterminators”, we need to ensure that their responsible use continues to serve. human being in areas where possible.