Artificial Intelligence Governance and Ethics: Global Perspectives

Angela Daly, Thilo Hagendorff, Li Hui, Monique Mann, Vidushi Marda, Ben Wagner, Wei Wang, Saskia Witteborn

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Abstract

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a technology which is increasingly being utilised in society and the economy worldwide, and its implementation is planned to become more prevalent in coming years. AI is increasingly being embedded in our lives, supplementing our pervasive use of digital technologies. But this is being accompanied by disquiet over problematic and dangerous implementations of AI, or indeed, even AI itself deciding to do dangerous and problematic actions, especially in fields such as the military, medicine and criminal justice. These developments have led to concerns about whether and how AI systems adhere, and will adhere to ethical standards. These concerns have stimulated a global conversation on AI ethics, and have resulted in various actors from different countries and sectors issuing ethics and governance initiatives and guidelines for AI. Such developments form the basis for our research in this report, combining our international and interdisciplinary expertise to give an insight into what is happening in Australia, China, Europe, India and the US.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationHong Kong
Number of pages34
Publication statusPublished - 28 Jun 2019

Publication series

NameChinese University of Hong Kong Research Paper Series
No.15
Volume2019

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Daly, A., Hagendorff, T., Hui, L., Mann, M., Marda, V., Wagner, B., ... Witteborn, S. (2019). Artificial Intelligence Governance and Ethics: Global Perspectives. (Chinese University of Hong Kong Research Paper Series; Vol. 2019, No. 15). Hong Kong.
Daly, Angela ; Hagendorff, Thilo ; Hui, Li ; Mann, Monique ; Marda, Vidushi ; Wagner, Ben ; Wang, Wei ; Witteborn, Saskia. / Artificial Intelligence Governance and Ethics : Global Perspectives. Hong Kong, 2019. 34 p. (Chinese University of Hong Kong Research Paper Series; 15).
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