(4 “musts” for humans)

Principle: 10 AI rules, Jun 28, 2016

Published by Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft

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3. Principles for Human

The following principles are for human on how we should treat Artificial Intelligence, including future conscious intelligent living becomings.

Published by HAIP Initiative in Harmonious Artificial Intelligence Principles (HAIP), Sep 16, 2018


The development of AIS must be compatible with maintaining the bonds of solidarity among people and generations. 1) AIS must not threaten the preservation of fulfilling moral and emotional human relationships, and should be developed with the goal of fostering these relationships and reducing people’s vulnerability and isolation. 2) AIS must be developed with the goal of collaborating with humans on complex tasks and should foster collaborative work between humans. 3) AIS should not be implemented to replace people in duties that require quality human relationships, but should be developed to facilitate these relationships. 4) Health care systems that use AIS must take into consideration the importance of a patient’s relationships with family and health care staff. 5) AIS development should not encourage cruel behavior toward robots designed to resemble human beings or non human animals in appearance or behavior. 6) AIS should help improve risk management and foster conditions for a society with a more equitable and mutual distribution of individual and collective risks.

Published by University of Montreal in The Montreal Declaration for a Responsible Development of Artificial Intelligence, Dec 4, 2018

(6 "musts" for A.I.)

Published by Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft in 10 AI rules, Jun 28, 2016

· We will plan for a future in which AI systems become increasingly intelligent

1. Governance models should be developed for artificial general intelligence (AGI) and superintelligence 2. AGI and superintelligence, if developed, should serve humanity as a whole 3. Long term risks of AI should be identified and planned for 4. Recursively self improving AI development should be disclosed and tightly monitored and controlled for risk

Published by Smart Dubai in Dubai's AI Principles, Jan 08, 2019