Google has set up an external advisory board to help the technology giant develop AI in an ethical and responsible way. Google said in a statement that the ATEAC will consider the most complex challenges of Google, which are created under the principles of AI, On the face and equity in automatic learning.
“We are looking forward to communicating with ATEAC members on these important issues,” said Kent Walker, Senior Vice President for Global Affairs. The Board is expected to hold four meetings starting in April. “We recognize that development The Amnesty International official is a large, multi-stakeholder area.
In addition to consulting experts at ATEAC, Google will continue to share ideas and collect comments. “In December, Google CEO Sundar Pichai told the Washington Post that the company had tried hard to express a set of AI principles, Everything is correct, but we think it’s important to start the conversation.
“We recognize that this powerful technology raises equally strong questions about its use,” Pichai said. Last year, Google published a set of internal AI principles that guide ethical development and the use of AI in its research and products.