Google on Tuesday stated it’s developed an external advisory council to direct its advancement of expert system.
The Advanced Technology External Advisory Council (ATEAC) will encourage the business on subjects like facial acknowledgment and fairness in artificial intelligence.
Last year in a post, Google CEO Sundar Pichai shared, a series of ethical standards on the advancement and usage of AI. The ATEAC is developed to “complement the internal governance structure and processes that help us implement the principles,” Kent Walker, Google’s senior vice president of worldwide affairs, stated in a post. He likewise talked about the council’s facility at MIT Technology Review’s EmTech Digital conference in San Francisco.
Members of the inaugural council consist of Alessandro Acquisti, a behavioral financial expert and personal privacy scientist; De Kai, a natural language processing scientist; and Dyan Gibbens, CEO of Trumbull, a start-up that operates in automation.
Those members will serve on the council through 2019, and will hold 4 conferences starting next month. Google prepares to release a report summing up those discussions.
“We hope this effort will inform both our own work and the broader technology sector,” Walker composed. “In addition to consulting with the experts on ATEAC, we’ll continue to exchange ideas and gather feedback from partners and organizations around the world.”