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Public and private sectors view ethical artificial intelligence priorities differently, according to EY global study

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan8/5/2020 05:36 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Public and private sectors view ethical artificial intelligence priorities differently, according to EY global study
Majority of the policymakers surveyed agree on the ethical principles most relevant for the different applications of AI.
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A global survey conducted by EY in collaboration with The Future Society found that there were significant differences in how the public and private sectors view the future of ethics, governance, privacy, policy, and regulation of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.

The survey polled some 71 policymakers and over 280 global organisations, who ranked ethical principles by importance for 12 different AI scenarios.

According to the report, discrepancies in AI exist in four key areas, namely fairness and avoiding bias, innovation, data access, and privacy and data rights.

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