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【Top 10 CSR Events in China】No.5 China issues 8 governance principles to develop responsible AI

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NO.5 China issues 8 governance principles to develop responsible AI


 
On June 17, a professional committee under China’s Ministry of Science and Technology issued Principles of next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) governance, pledging to develop responsible AI in China addressing eight tenets including harmony and friendliness, fairness and justice, inclusiveness and sharing, respect for privacy, security and controllability, shared responsibility, open cooperation and agile governance. These principles are introduced to better coordinate the development and governance of the booming technology and to ensure AI to be secure, controllable and reliable, and would benefit the sustainable development of humanity, society and ecology. International cooperation is also emphasized to protect the future of AI and building a community with a shared future for humanity.

Reason for listing:

Almost everyone firmly believes that AI will reshape the future economy and life in a way beyond our imagination now. However, its impact on the employment, economic and income inequality and ethics also arouses concerns. Whether good or bad, actually it has nothing to do with AI or machines, but depends entirely on our choice. The development of responsible AI means that China is focusing on the use of new technologies for the benefit of society and "escort" for the sustainable future. And for those enterprises looking to "lead" the new round of industrial and technological revolution driven by AI technology, it is more vital to realize that irresponsible AI is not innovation, and technology that is not people-oriented is not intelligence.

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