The principle "Draft Text of The Recommendation on the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence" has mentioned the topic "for human" in the following places:

    · Respect, protection and promotion of human rights and fundamental freedoms and human dignity

    · Respect, protection and promotion of human rights and fundamental freedoms and human dignity

    · Respect, protection and promotion of human rights and fundamental freedoms and human dignity

    The inviolable and inherent dignity of every human constitutes the foundation for the universal, indivisible, inalienable, interdependent and interrelated system of human rights and fundamental freedoms.

    · Respect, protection and promotion of human rights and fundamental freedoms and human dignity

    Therefore, respect, protection and promotion of human dignity and rights as established by international law, including international human rights law, is essential throughout the life cycle of AI systems.

    · Respect, protection and promotion of human rights and fundamental freedoms and human dignity

    Throughout the life cycle of AI systems, the quality of life of human beings should be enhanced, while the definition of “quality of life” should be left open to individuals or groups, as long as there is no violation or abuse of human rights and fundamental freedoms, or the dignity of humans in terms of this definition.

    · Respect, protection and promotion of human rights and fundamental freedoms and human dignity

    Within such interactions, persons should never be objectified, nor should their dignity be otherwise undermined, or human rights and fundamental freedoms violated or abused.

    · Respect, protection and promotion of human rights and fundamental freedoms and human dignity

    human rights and fundamental freedoms must be respected, protected and promoted throughout the life cycle of AI systems.

    · Respect, protection and promotion of human rights and fundamental freedoms and human dignity

    Governments, private sector, civil society, international organizations, technical communities and academia must respect human rights instruments and frameworks in their interventions in the processes surrounding the life cycle of AI systems.

    · Respect, protection and promotion of human rights and fundamental freedoms and human dignity

    New technologies need to provide new means to advocate, defend and exercise human rights and not to infringe them.

    · Environment and ecosystem flourishing

    Furthermore, environment and ecosystems are the existential necessity for humanity and other living beings to be able to enjoy the benefits of advances in AI.

    · Environment and ecosystem flourishing

    Furthermore, environment and ecosystems are the existential necessity for humanity and other living beings to be able to enjoy the benefits of advances in AI.

    · Ensuring diversity and inclusiveness

    Respect, protection and promotion of diversity and inclusiveness should be ensured throughout the life cycle of AI systems, consistent with international law, including human rights law.

    · Living in peaceful, just and interconnected societies

    AI actors should play a participative and enabling role to ensure peaceful and just societies, which is based on an interconnected future for the benefit of all, consistent with human rights and fundamental freedoms.

    · Proportionality and Do No Harm

    In the event of possible occurrence of any harm to human beings, human rights and fundamental freedoms, communities and society at large or the environment and ecosystems, the implementation of procedures for risk assessment and the adoption of measures in order to preclude the occurrence of such harm should be ensured.

    · Proportionality and Do No Harm

    The choice to use AI systems and which AI method to use should be justified in the following ways: (a) the AI method chosen should be appropriate and proportional to achieve a given legitimate aim; (b) the AI method chosen should not infringe upon the foundational values captured in this document, in particular, its use must not violate or abuse human rights; and (c) the AI method should be appropriate to the context and should be based on rigorous scientific foundations.

    · Transparency and explainability

    The transparency and explainability of AI systems are often essential preconditions to ensure the respect, protection and promotion of human rights, fundamental freedoms and ethical principles.

    · Transparency and explainability

    People should be fully informed when a decision is informed by or is made on the basis of AI algorithms, including when it affects their safety or human rights, and in those circumstances should have the opportunity to request explanatory information from the relevant AI actor or public sector institutions.

    · Transparency and explainability

    It allows for public scrutiny that can decrease corruption and discrimination, and can also help detect and prevent negative impacts on human rights.

    · Transparency and explainability

    In cases of serious threats of adverse human rights impacts, transparency may also require the sharing of code or datasets.

    · Responsibility and accountability

    AI actors and Member States should respect, protect and promote human rights and fundamental freedoms, and should also promote the protection of the environment and ecosystems, assuming their respective ethical and legal responsibility, in accordance with national and international law, in particular Member States’ human rights obligations, and ethical guidance throughout the life cycle of AI systems, including with respect to AI actors within their effective territory and control.

    · Responsibility and accountability

    Both technical and institutional designs should ensure auditability and traceability of (the working of) AI systems in particular to address any conflicts with human rights norms and standards and threats to environmental and ecosystem well being.

    · Awareness and literacy

    Learning about the impact of AI systems should include learning about, through and for human rights and fundamental freedoms, meaning that the approach and understanding of AI systems should be grounded by their impact on human rights and access to rights, as well as on the environment and ecosystems.

    · Awareness and literacy

    Learning about the impact of AI systems should include learning about, through and for human rights and fundamental freedoms, meaning that the approach and understanding of AI systems should be grounded by their impact on human rights and access to rights, as well as on the environment and ecosystems.

    · Multi stakeholder and adaptive governance and collaboration

    That means that States, complying with international law, can regulate the data generated within or passing through their territories, and take measures towards effective regulation of data, including data protection, based on respect for the right to privacy in accordance with international law and other human rights norms and standards.

    · Multi stakeholder and adaptive governance and collaboration

    Stakeholders include but are not limited to governments, intergovernmental organizations, the technical community, civil society, researchers and academia, media, education, policy makers, private sector companies, human rights institutions and equality bodies, anti discrimination monitoring bodies, and groups for youth and children.