Linking Artificial Intelligence Principles
The development of artificial intelligence should uphold basic rights such as human freedom and dignity, follow the principle of human centeredness, and prevent artificial intelligence from weakening and replacing humanity's position.
Human privacy, dignity, freedom, autonomy and rights should be sufficiently respected.
We need to construct a society in which human dignity is respected, such as people demonstrating human abilities, showing great creativity, doing challenging work and living a lively life materially and spiritually, by using AI as their instruments.
Companies or government should not infringe individual person’s freedom, dignity and equality in utilization of personal data with AI technologies.
Under the "AI Ready society", when using AI, fair and transparent decision making and accountability for the results should be appropriately ensured, and trust in technology should be secured, in order that people using AI will not be discriminated on the ground of the person's background or treated unjustly in light of human dignity.
(a) Human dignity
The principle of human dignity, understood as the recognition of the inherent human state of being worthy of respect, must not be violated by ‘autonomous’ technologies.
A relational conception of human dignity which is characterised by our social relations, requires that we are aware of whether and when we are interacting with a machine or another human being, and that we reserve the right to vest certain tasks to the human or the machine.
The principles of human dignity and autonomy centrally involve the human right to self determination through the means of democracy.
AI systems should be designed and operated so as to be compatible with ideals of human dignity, rights, freedoms, and cultural diversity.
These include freedom, dignity and autonomy, privacy and data protection, non discrimination and equality, diversity, fairness, social justice, and internationally recognized labor rights.
By design, AI systems should protect the dignity, integrity, liberty, privacy, safety, and security of human beings in society and at work.
The 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners considers that any creation, development and use of artificial intelligence systems shall fully respect human rights, particularly the rights to the protection of personal data and to privacy, as well as human dignity, non discrimination and fundamental values, and shall provide solutions to allow individuals to maintain control and understanding of artificial intelligence systems.
Taking into consideration the principles above, the 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners calls for common governance principles on artificial intelligence to be established, fostering concerted international efforts in this field, in order to ensure that its development and use take place in accordance with ethics and human values, and respect human dignity.
Governance frameworks, including standards and regulatory bodies, should be established to oversee processes assuring that the use of A IS does not infringe upon human rights, freedoms, dignity, and privacy, and of traceability to contribute to the building of public trust in A IS.
Highly autonomous AI systems must be designed consistent with international conventions that preserve human dignity, rights, and freedoms.
Developers should respect human dignity and individual autonomy in R&D of AI systems.
It is encouraged that, when developing AI systems that link with the human brain and body, developers pay particularly due consideration to respecting human dignity and individual autonomy, in light of discussions on bioethics, etc.
Principles of human dignity and individual autonomy
Users should respect human dignity and individual autonomy in the utilization of AI systems or AI services.
A) Respect for human dignity and individual autonomy
With consideration of social contexts in the utilization of AI, users may be expected to respect human dignity and individual autonomy.
When linking AI with the human brain and body, users may be required to particularly take into consideration that human dignity and individual autonomy will not be violated, in light of discussions on bioethics, etc.
must maximize efficiencies without destroying the dignity of people
These include freedom, dignity and autonomy, privacy and data protection, non discrimination and equality, diversity, fairness, social justice, and internationally recognised labour rights.
We will promote human values, freedom and dignity
Surveillance or other AI driven technologies should not be deployed to the extent of violating internationally and or UAE’s accepted standards of privacy and human dignity and people rights
Respect human dignity, rights and freedoms, and cultural diversity
AI shall not impair, and, where possible, shall advance the equality in rights, dignity, and freedom to flourish of all humans.
Accordingly, the purpose of governing artificial intelligence is to develop policy frameworks, voluntary codes or practice, practical guidelines, national and international regulations, and ethical norms that safeguard and promote the equality in rights, dignity, and freedom to flourish of all humans.
Its design and application must follow the basic ethics of human society and respect human dignity and rights;
This includes codes of ethics for the development, application and use of AI so that throughout their entire operational process, AI systems remain compatible and increase the principles of human dignity, integrity, freedom, privacy and cultural and gender diversity, as well as with fundamental human rights.