Science Office highlights AI potential, but signposts governance and ethics issues

David Bicknell Published 11 November 2016 Report discusses “special responsibilities for government which follow from its use of artificial intelligence and big data” A report by the Government Office for Science has warned that making the most of artificial intelligence, including in the public sector, will require the government to pay strong attention to ethics and governance. The report, Artificial intelligence: opportunities and implications for the future of decision making by government chief scientific advisor, Sir Mark Walport and Home Office permanent secretary Mark Sedwill, says it is important that the government actively works to bring this about. “Reaping the benefits of this revolution in information technology will require an approach to ethics and governance that enables innovation, builds trust among citizens, establishes a stable environment for businesses and investors,…


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