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Universal Guidelines for Artificial Intelligence

October 17, 2018

CSISAC members, individuals and organisations are invited to sign on the Universal Guidelines for Artificial Intelligence (UGAI):

https://thepublicvoice.org/AI-universal-guidelines/

The focus of the guidelines is on the specific impact of AI decision-making about individuals. The Guidelines are intended to help ensure that AI systems be deployed so that humans and not machines determine our future. The main reference document for this undertaking is the Madrid Privacy Declaration (2009).

The CSISAC is planning to take the Universal Guidelines as the main reference for our work on the topic regarding those goals, and we will be proposing to add them to the set of references supporting the development of the OECD relevant policy. The public release of the guidelines has been scheduled for 23 October, 2018 in Brussels.

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