A Politically Neutral Hub for AI Research

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted Jun 21, 2019 | CSS Policy Perspective, An­dreas Wenger, So­phie-Char­lotte Fis­cher

The rapid progress in Artificial Intelligence (AI) over the last few years has been driven primarily by economic market forces and the manifold commercial applications. An­dreas Wenger and So­phie-Char­lotte Fis­cher warn in this CSS Policy Perspective that large global technology companies, particularly in the US and China, are increasingly undercutting the competitiveness of public research institutions and smaller companies, and exacerbating existing economic and social inequalities. They propose the creation of a politically neutral, international and interdisciplinary hub for AI research that is dedicated to the responsible, inclusive and peaceful development and use of AI. The hub would make research results available to member states as a collective good. Much like CERN, the research groups of the AI hub should be able to cooperate with partner laboratories around the globe.


http://www.css.ethz.ch/content/dam/ethz/special-interest/gess/cis/center-for-securities-studies/pdfs/PP7-2_2019-E.pdf

 

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