European parliamentarians have taken up artificial intelligence, or rather to develop a legal document outlining all the rules that it must comply with. The directive requires AI to comply with ethical standards and not violate applicable laws. Thus, one of the rules indicates that a machine intelligent system should support, and not limit, a person's personality.
The EU has published a draft document that is 41 pages long. The Machine Network Regulation prescribes "to comply with the law, ethical standards and be reliable." At the same time, all these components should be of equal importance, and in the absence of any of the components, this should be corrected. In addition to this rule, they say that artificial intelligence technologies should focus on humans and humanity, as well as improve living conditions and not limit freedom.
In total, the document contains seven main provisions that determine the ethical foundations of AI development. In addition to the fact that artificial intelligence systems must be reliable and support human subjectivity, they also must not contain errors and vulnerabilities for possible hacking. Users are given the free right to control their personal data, which must be protected from possible harm.
The European document says that all new developments in machine neural networks must obey the main key idea: improving society and the environment. The directive puts artificial intelligence under the control of the public, to which all details of all innovations and developments in AI systems should be disclosed. In addition, these rules also imply the creation of special tools that could track accountability for the results of work in the field of AI.
Now the initiative of the European Union has the status of a project that will be considered by all participants in this industry. Their decision can significantly change its content. The result should be a ready-made set of guidelines, which will be binding on all representatives of this field.
The Topic of Article: The EU has come up with the rules that artificial intelligence must obey.