The advent of artificial intelligence requires a new innovation model. With the learning, judging, and deciding machine becoming ever more pervasive, it is necessary to insert by design and default the basic rules of democracy, human rights, and the rule of law into the innovation processes of artificial intelligence.
Drawing on existing and past technology regulation and their implementations in the US and Europe as well as lessons learned from the cycles of rule making related to risks that are invisible or difficult to understand for individuals, such as those from smoking, atomic energy, or risks to abuse of personal data, Paul Nemitz outlines justice-oriented AI development processes and shares a model for globally sustainable development and deployment of artificial intelligence in the future.
Paul Nemitz is principal adviser of the European Commission on strategic justice issues. Previously, he was director for human rights and citizenship, leading reform of privacy law in Europe, and lead negotiator of the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework and of the code of conduct against hate speech and incitement to violence on the internet.
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