Commentary: As artificial intelligence progresses, we must define responsibility & embed respect for human rights
Auteur: Dunstan Allison-Hope & Mark Hodge, OpenGlobalRights, Publié le: 16 May 2018
"As artifical intelligence progresses, what does real responsibility look like?" 16 May 2018
Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies—and the data driven business models underpinning them—are disrupting how we live, interact, work, do business, and govern. The economic, social and environmental benefits could be significant... [b]ut evidence is mounting about the potential negative consequences... includ[ing] the erosion of privacy, online hate speech, and the distortion of political engagement. They also include amplifying socially embedded discrimination where algorithms based on bias... [W]e urgently need a robust view of what responsible conduct looks like, and a vision for how markets and governance mechanisms can guide the right behaviors while also encouraging innovation. We believe that the business and human rights field, in particular the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs), offers a compelling way forward that perfectly fits the challenge ahead... It is time to define responsibility in real terms and time to figure out how to embed dignity for all and respect for human rights into the fourth industrial revolution.
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