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Don’t let industry write the rules for AI #ethics
Don’t let industry write the rules for AI
“Organizations working to ensure that AI is fair and beneficial must be publicly funded, subject to peer review and transparent to civil society.”
Industry has mobilized to shape the science, morality and laws of artificial intelligence. Society must fight back, says Yochai Benkler of
"Governments should use that leverage to demand that companies share data in properly-protected databases with access granted to appropriately insulated, publicly-funded researchers. Industry participation in policy panels should be strictly limited."
Yochai Benkler was making a similar point recently, also in Nature
I recommend anyone generating research data with impact on society to pause and read this short article. It is replete with crucial considerations that demand our involvement Don’t let industry write the rules for AI
Important piece on AI regulation & ethics, and whether industry can fund research in this direction without corrupting it. Sounds like a classical conflict of interest to me.
~20 years: industry guided most of my research & the organizations I still work for/with today: "don't let industry write the rules for tech" #controltheconversation
Don’t let industry write the rules for AI: Governments and publicly accountable entities must support independent research, and insist that industry shares enough data for it to be kept accountable (via )
"Organizations working to ensure that AI is fair and beneficial must be publicly funded, subject to peer review and transparent to civil society."
Organizations working to ensure that AI is fair and beneficial must be publicly funded, subject to peer review and transparent to civil society. #artificialintelligence #machinelearning
Don’t let industry write the rules for AI
This is important and right-on, from . And not just for AI.
Don’t let industry write the rules for AI
Companies’ input in shaping the future of AI is essential, but they should not frame or control the terms. Governments and publicly accountable entities must support independent research, and insist that industry shares data for it to be kept accountable.
Interesting opinion piece in Nature by Yochai Benkler of Harvard Law School: "Don't let industry write the rules for AI"
Don’t let industry write the rules for #AI | “#Algorithms are trained on existing data that reflect social #inequalities, they risk perpetuating systemic injustice unless people consciously design countervailing measures”
Don’t let industry write the rules for AI: "Technology companies are running a campaign to bend research and regulation for their benefit; society must fight back"