EU unveils ethics guidelines for Artificial Intelligence


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  • Monday, 08 Apr 2019

An attendee photographs an autonomous parcel delivery robot, developed by Starship Technologies Ltd. at the AI Congress in London, U.K., on Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018. After decades of premature promises, artificial intelligence (AI) is finding its way into businesses from hedge funds to law firms tobeer makers, as the line between ordinary software and AI software has blurred and cloud computingmakes AI available to small companies as well as large. Photographer: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg

BRUSSELS: The European Union presented ethics guidelines April 8 as it seeks to promote its own artificial intelligence sector, which has fallen behind developments in China and the United States. 

The European Commission, the bloc’s executive arm, unveiled a framework aimed at boosting trust in AI by ensuring, for example, data about EU citizens are not used to harm them. 

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