42 countries have adopted a draft recommendation "OECD Principles on Artificial Intelligence" with comprehensive consensus.
On the first day of the annual Meeting of Ministers of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in France, 42 countries approved the draft "OECD Principles on Artificial Intelligence" with comprehensive agreement.
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The draft was attended by 36 OECD member states and several other countries including Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and Romania.
The draft contains artificial intelligence content to pursue sustainable development, build a happy and healthy life, benefiting people and the Earth.
In particular, the OECD recommends that artificial intelligence systems be designed to ensure respect for the rule of law, human rights, democratic values, respect for diversity, and including measures appropriate security, for a just and righteous society, such as allowing people to intervene where needed.
In addition, the draft requires ensuring a transparent public process with the entire artificial intelligence system, so that users can understand and give feedback on the results when operating artificial intelligence.
The OECD proposed that governments should promote both public and private sector investments in research and development of artificial intelligence in a reliable way, calling on countries to share information and cooperate with each other in forming international standards, in order to manage and monitor responsibly the artificial intelligence.
This draft is not legally binding because it is in the form of a draft recommendation. However, due to the fact that there are no international principles for artificial intelligence yet, this can be considered an important standard in the future of artificial intelligence technology, robots.