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In April, the European Union (EU) released a set of ethical guidelines regarding the use of artificial intelligence (AI) by government agencies and businesses. The focus is on achieving trustworthy AI ā€“ technologies that act in a lawful, ethical, and socially acceptable manner while also being technologically robust.

Specific requirements were outlined by the EU, touching on core issues and concerns, such as oversight, safety, privacy, transparency, non-discrimination, accountability, and more. While the guidelines are not considered law, they do represent a framework for organizations who wish to create a trustworthy AI.

Additionally, the guidelines arenā€™t technically aimed at other nations, barring companies that may do business on an international level or organizations that interact with EU citizens. However, businesses across the world ā€“ including the United States ā€“ should take notice of this effort, as they represent a unique opportunity for global business.

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