The Vatican and the moral conundrums of AI | Financial Times
Towards the end of the morning, the three figureheads — the elder Sheikh bin Bayyah represented in person by his son — signed a joint covenant alongside the technology companies, known as the Rome Call. The charter proposes six ethical principles that all AI designers should live by, including making AI systems explainable, inclusive, unbiased, reproducible and requiring a human to always take responsibility for an AI-facilitated decision.
The whole article is really interesting. And I celebrate that the main representatives of the most powerful monotheistic religions are still able to contribute to a proper global dialogue about the challenges that these advanced technologies pose.