Initiatives for a Responsible and Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming our world. Already present in many sectors of activity, from medicine to transportation and the advent of so-called “intelligent cities”, this technology is here to stay. And yet, its meteoric rise in recent years has triggered both enthusiasm and concern. While some of these reactions are more phantasmagorical – such as the fear of seeing the machine take control of humans – there is no denying that the development and use of AI raises serious ethical and societal issues. In order to ensure that this technology is humanly responsible, that it serves the common good in the long term, it is essential that it is properly supervised and that the population is educated about it. Here are a few noteworthy initiatives taken in this regard, in Canada and elsewhere.

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