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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE : ethics, governance and policy challenges.

Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] BROOKINGS INSTITUTION PR, 2019.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Summarises the work of the CEPS Task Force on Artificial Intelligence. Arguing that the EU is uniquely positioned to lead the global community towards responsible, sustainable AI development, its  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: ANDREA RENDA
ISBN: 9461387164 9789461387165
OCLC Number: 1096487804
Contents: Introduction: The Promise of Artificial Intelligence 1Part I. Artificial Intelligence: Definition, limits and opportunities 41. A basic definition of AI and related AI systems 71.1 What AI can do: Main techniques and use cases 141.2 Winter is not coming (at least for AI) 171.3 Handle with care, not with fear 211.4 Main findings 262. A way forward for developing AI: Complementarity, responsibility and sustainability 272.1 Complementarity 272.2 Responsibility and trust: Bias and value alignment 302.3 Sustainability 342.4 Conclusion: An enormous potential, in need of direction 35Part II. Europe in the Global Race for AI 363. Global AI competition: Why global standards will not emerge without concerted action 373.1 Where is AI going? Between global good and the temptation of sovereignty 404. The EU's emerging strategy for AI 434.1 Towards ethical guidelines: The EU's "secret sauce" for AI 454.2 "What" should be included in the EU Ethics Guidelines 484.3 An analysis of the current Draft Ethics Guidelines 614.4 "How" to promote the Ethics Guidelines? 685. Policy changes: Revolution or evolution? 745.1 The Better Regulation agenda and AI 745.2 Reforming liability rules? 825.3 Boosting data-driven innovation through ad-hoc policies? 925.4 Research, innovation, education and society: Towards a new strategy? 965.5 The Commission's Coordinated Plan - a brief analysis 1075.6 Can Europe be the champion of "AI for Good"? 109Part III. The Way Forward 1126. Main recommendations 1136.1 Recommendations on the Draft Ethics Guidelines 1136.2 Recommendations on future EU policy and investment priorities 120References 126Annex. CEPS Task Force Members and Guest Speakers 143


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