Understand and apply AI ethics with this white paper
The world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming ever more deeply integrated into our daily lives, affecting both our personal and professional lives. The arrival of technologies such as generative AI (discussed in our monthly webinar) has revealed the need to address the technical, legal and ethical issues involved in the responsible use of these technological advances. It’s against this backdrop that Hub France IA’s “AI & Ethics” working group has created the white paper “Ethical AI in practice. Operationalize your AI system with an ethical approach”.
This dedicated tool is designed as a guide for companies, administrations and entities wishing to develop, implement and deploy artificial intelligence systems in compliance with ethical principles. Based on the work of expert academics and member companies, this white paper offers simple, clear definitions and practical advice for the ethical integration of AI into projects.
In a world in the throes of regulatory change, with the European AI Regulation (EIR) on the horizon, this white paper is intended as a support tool, preparing players for the operationalization of ethical AI systems. AI systems, designed with respect for citizens’ values, are thus called upon to protect individual rights while promoting safety and growth.
For manufacturing companies and players in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region, this white paper is of particular importance. It offers concrete avenues for aligning AI systems with human values, while guaranteeing safety, privacy, fairness, responsibility and sustainable impact. It’s a wealth of information, set to be enriched, in the run-up to the vote on the European Regulation on Artificial Intelligence (RIA) scheduled for the end of 2023.
Discover the white paper and embark on a journey towards a future where AI serves a world we wish to inhabit. To find out more, download the document.
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