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Responsible AI – Key themes, concerns & recommendations for European research and innovation

Responsible AI – Key themes, concerns & recommendations for European research and innovation
Responsible AI – Key themes, concerns & recommendations for European research and innovation
This document’s purpose is to provide input into the advisory processes that determine European support for both research into Responsible AI; and how innovation using AI that takes into account issues of responsibility can be supported. “Responsible AI” is an umbrella term for investigations into legal, ethical and moral standpoints of autonomous algorithms or applications of AI whose actions may be safety-critical or impact the lives of citizens in significant and disruptive ways. To address its purpose, this document reports a summary of results from a consultation with cross-disciplinary experts in and around the subject of Responsible AI.
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Taylor, Steve, Boniface, Michael, Pickering, Brian, Anderson, Michael, Danks, David, Følstad, Asbjørn, Leese, Matthias, Müller, Vincent, Sorell, Tom, Winfield, Alan and Woollard, Fiona (2018) Responsible AI – Key themes, concerns & recommendations for European research and innovation Geneva. HUB4NGI Consortium 35pp. (doi:10.5281/zenodo.1303252).

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This document’s purpose is to provide input into the advisory processes that determine European support for both research into Responsible AI; and how innovation using AI that takes into account issues of responsibility can be supported. “Responsible AI” is an umbrella term for investigations into legal, ethical and moral standpoints of autonomous algorithms or applications of AI whose actions may be safety-critical or impact the lives of citizens in significant and disruptive ways. To address its purpose, this document reports a summary of results from a consultation with cross-disciplinary experts in and around the subject of Responsible AI.

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Published date: 2 July 2018

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Last modified: 08 Aug 2020 01:38

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Author: Steve Taylor
Author: Michael Boniface
Author: Brian Pickering ORCID iD
Author: Michael Anderson
Author: David Danks
Author: Asbjørn Følstad
Author: Matthias Leese
Author: Vincent Müller
Author: Tom Sorell
Author: Alan Winfield
Author: Fiona Woollard

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