OECD launches global partnership for “responsible use” of artificial intelligence

by bold-lichterman

Fifteen founding members, including France and Canada, launched on Monday the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (PMIA), which will be hosted by the OECD in Paris and whose objective is to “Encourage responsible use”, said the institution. ” The OECD will host the secretariat of the new Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (PMIA), a coalition launched today to encourage the responsible use of artificial intelligence, while respecting human rights and human rights. democratic values ​​”, explained the financial organization in a press release.

PMIA will bring together experts from the private sector, governments, civil society and academia to conduct research and pilot projects on artificial intelligence ”, said the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). The fifteen founding members are: Germany, Australia, Canada, Korea, European Union, France, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Slovenia, the United Kingdom and the United States.