POLICY BRIEF: The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

21/05/2018


Today, the Lisbon Council launches The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence: How AI Can End Discrimination and Make the World a Smarter, Better Place, a ground-breaking policy brief that explores the nature of artificial intelligence and proposes a seven-point programme for a successful European policy response. Author Paul Hofheinz, president and co-founder of the Lisbon Council, takes a closer look into how artificial intelligence  – if used properly and used well – can hold out the possibility of faster, more efficient and ultimately more ethical decision making than we have now. Published under the rubric of DSM 2.0: Digital Futures Forum, a new centre of excellence led by the Lisbon Council, the paper makes a strong case that the success of artificial intelligence requires a broader, richer definition of the ‘values’ on which our society rests.
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Today, the Lisbon Council launches The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence: How AI Can End Discrimination and Make the World a Smarter, Better Place, a ground-breaking policy brief that explores the nature of artificial intelligence and proposes a seven-point programme for a successful European policy response. Author Paul Hofheinz, president and co-founder of the Lisbon Council, takes a closer look into how artificial intelligence  – if used properly and used well – can hold out the possibility of faster, more efficient and ultimately more ethical decision making than we have now. Published under the rubric of DSM 2.0: Digital Futures Forum, a new centre of excellence led by the Lisbon Council, the paper makes a strong case that the success of artificial intelligence requires a broader, richer definition of the "values" on which our society rests.


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