Linking Artificial Intelligence Principles

Various Artificial Intelligence Principles are designed with different considerations, and none of them can be perfect and complete for every scenario. Linking Artificial Intelligence Principles (LAIP) is an initiative and platform for synthesizing, linking, and analyzing various Artificial Intelligence Principles World Wide, from different research institutes, non-profit organizations, non-governmental organizations, companies, etc. The efforts aim at understanding in which degree do these different AI Principles proposals share common values, differ and complete each other.

The current LAIP engine enables the users to list and compare between different AI principle proposals at keywords, topic and paragraph levels.

The Platform can be accessed from HERE.

Here we have the paper “Linking Artificial Intelligence Principles” that gives more details on the design philosophy and initial observations.

Establishing a China-UK Initiative for AI Ethics and Governance

The China-UK Research Centre for AI Ethics and Governance (The ChinUK Centre, for short) is a cross cultural and transdisciplinary Centre. Through linking Eastern and Western wisdom, the Centre is aimed at Bridging efforts from China and UK to share, interact, and complement efforts about AI Ethics and Governance to ensure AI develops for humanity and social good. The Centre is hosted at Innovation Academy of Artificial Intelligence, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

The characteristic contribution of the center will be complementary, cross cultural, social and technical investigation on AI Risks, Safety, Ethics, and Governance. China and UK are representatives of Eastern and Western culture and society respectively, and will face not only similar, but also very diverse challenges in the process of AI development and applications in different society. We are very excited to see how the social and technological efforts from two countries can be shared and through interaction, be bridged together for a more global vision, and finally achieve the same goal for building beneficial AI for humanity and society. The recent plan for concrete research of this centre are listed but not limited to the following:
1. Linking, Synthesizing, and Analyzing Global Ethical Principles of Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Autonomous Systems.
2. Building Technical Models for AI with Low risk, High Safety and Ethical AI.