Google has now formed an external advisory council for the responsible development of the AI. The council will now advise the company on the issues related to the ethics to AI as well with some other emerging technologies.
The eight-member which is called by the name as Advanced Technology External Advisory Council will now work with the Google executives and furnish a report by the end of this year. The group will be going to start by the end of next month, and its members include the digital ethicists, technology experts, and people with the public policy backgrounds, Google revealed in a report.
“This group will consider some of Google’s most complex challenges that arise under our Artificial Intelligence principles for product development, like facial recognition and fairness in machine learning, providing diverse perspectives to inform our work,” Walker added.
The announcement comes into the report after Google revealed its IA principles for the product development last year.
“We recognize that responsible development of AI is a broad area with many stakeholders. In addition to consulting with the experts on ATEAC, we will continue to exchange ideas and gather feedback from partners and organizations around the world,” Walker said.
Before this, Facebook had also partnered with the Munich Technical University to establish an independent research center to explore the issues related to the AI.
Microsoft last year had also released some of the guidelines for the responsible AI for its AI platform Cortana, which competes in the market with the Google Assistant, Apple Siri, and Amazon Alexa.