What they say about Principles on AI for Climate Actions

The Principles on AI for Climate Actions was published under the support of partner institutes and organizations distributed in many countries and regions. The original text can be accessed here: https://ai-for-sdgs.academy/principles-on-ai-for-climate-action Here we provide some quotations from partner institutes and organizations on their understanding and contribution to the principles. Yi Zeng, Lead author of the … Continue reading What they say about Principles on AI for Climate Actions

Principles on AI for Climate Action

Addressing global climate change is essential for the sustainable future of humanity and ecology. The stakeholders of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Science and Technology should deeply collaborate with stakeholders of climate change and ecosystems to contribute to the implementation of the global climate agenda, such as the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the … Continue reading Principles on AI for Climate Action

AI with Cognitive Empathy for Reducing Safety Risks of Others

Frontiers in Neuromorphic Engineering recently published a paper from Prof. Yi Zeng's interdisciplinary team on Brain-inspired AI and AI Ethics, titled "A Brain-Inspired Theory of Mind Spiking Neural Network for Reducing Safety Risks of Other Agents". The main objective of this paper is to introduce Theory of Mind (or Cognitive Empathy) to Brain-inspired AI models … Continue reading AI with Cognitive Empathy for Reducing Safety Risks of Others

WHO Guidance on Ethics and Governance of AI for Health

The World Health Organization (WHO) launched a report titled "WHO Guidance on the Ethics and governance of artificial intelligence for health", on 28 June 2021. It is the result of 2 years of consultations held by the WHO Expert Group on Ethics and Governance of AI for Health. During the release meeting held by WHO, Dr Tedros … Continue reading WHO Guidance on Ethics and Governance of AI for Health

Deep Coordination among Development, Ethics, and Governance of Science and Technology

The official release of the Opinions on Strengthening the Ethics and Governance of Science and Technology is of great strategic significance to the steady development of China's science and technology. Science and technology ethics seems to come from the intersection of science and technology and ethics, but it should become the basis of modern science … Continue reading Deep Coordination among Development, Ethics, and Governance of Science and Technology

Opinion on Strengthening the Ethics and Governance in Science and Technology [China]

In recent days, the Central Office of the Communist Party of China and the Office of the State Council have issued an Opinion on Strengthening the Ethics and Governance of Science and Technology, and issued a circular requiring all national and reginal ministries, departments to implement it carefully into practice. The original Chinese version is … Continue reading Opinion on Strengthening the Ethics and Governance in Science and Technology [China]

Supporting the Implementation of UNESCO Recommendation on AI Ethics

The UNESCO Recommendation on AI Ethics is the first global recommendation on AI Ethics agreed by all the 193 member states during the 41st UNESCO General Conference at the end of 2021. With efforts from the Ad Hoc Expert Group, the UNESCO secretariate, reginal and intergovernmental consultations and negotiations, etc., the recommendation is a world … Continue reading Supporting the Implementation of UNESCO Recommendation on AI Ethics

Cross-Cultural Cooperation on Artificial Intelligence

Realizing global sustainable AI development requires international cooperation on AI infrastructures, ethical and governance frameworks and mechanisms of interactions and coordination, especially taking into account different cultural perspectives. Currently, there are many obstacles to achieving this goal, such as relatively lower interests to appreciate differences in cultures and values, distrust between cultures and coordination challenges … Continue reading Cross-Cultural Cooperation on Artificial Intelligence

The Ethical Norms for the New Generation Artificial Intelligence, China

On September 25th, the National Governance Committee for the New Generation Artificial Intelligence published the “Ethical Norms for the New Generation Artificial Intelligence”. It aims to integrate ethics into the entire lifecycle of AI, to provide ethical guidelines for natural persons, legal persons, and other related organizations engaged in AI-related activities. This set of ethical … Continue reading The Ethical Norms for the New Generation Artificial Intelligence, China

Global Cooperation on Artificial Intelligence is not a Zero-Sum Game

by Yi Zeng In the past 60 years, scientific research on artificial intelligence (AI) has evolved from simulating human intelligence to an enabling technology that advance human and social development. AI, a technology crucial to global digital advancement, is now the developmental priority of many countries and intergovernmental organizations. In the meantime, the impact of … Continue reading Global Cooperation on Artificial Intelligence is not a Zero-Sum Game