Widely unnoticed, a global race is going on between governments, companies and less obvious players over who gets to write the rules and laws for artificial intelligence. Here's some of my reporting:
- Europe’s silver bullet in global AI battle: Ethics. EU experts hope ‘trust’ will prove to be the bloc’s competitive edge.
(Politico, March 17, 2019)
- Europe’s AI ethics chief: No rules yet, please. Define ethical principles and let the courts correct problems as they come up, says Pekka Ala-Pietilä.
(Politico, October 30, 2018)
- Europe divided over robot ‘personhood.’ In letter to Commission, 156 experts from 14 countries warn against granting self-learning robots 'electronic personalities.'
(Politico, April 11, 2018)