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“A new working paper from participants in the AI-Health Working Group out of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School, and the AI Ethics Lab sets forth a research agenda for stakeholders to proactively collaborate and design AI technologies that work with users to improve their health and wellbeing.
This research agenda is put forward in hopes of convening a range of stakeholders (researchers, practitioners, entrepreneurs, policy makers, etc.) who seek to deliberate and shape the ethically and technically-intricate digital health field.”
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In this special issue of Forbes AI on building ethical AI, Canca describes AI Ethics Lab‘s approach on integrating ethics into the AI research and development.
“In recent years, the topic of ethics in artificial intelligence (AI) has sparked growing concern in academia, at tech companies, and among policymakers here and abroad. That’s not because society suddenly woke up to the need, but rather because trial and error has brought ethics to center stage.
One crucial question is often absent in these discussions: What is an effective model for integrating ethics into AI research and development?”