We need human rights and civil liberties at the heart of science and data science to develop new technologies in a way that's beneficial for everyone.
Carol Rose, Executive Director of ACLU in Massachusetts, ACLU
We need the best and the brightest involved in conversations to improve trust in AI and to benefit society.
Ralf Herbrich, Director of Machine Learning, Amazon
Machine learning and AI should augment human abilities, enabling incredible new experiences while protecting the privacy of users’ personal information.
Jerremy Holland, Director of AI Research, Apple
Ensuring responsible AI use requires an extraordinary collaboration of the magnitude brought by the Partnership on AI. We are honored to be a part of this journey.
Joaquin Quiñonero Candela, Director of Engineering in AI, Facebook
As a community, it is our responsibility to ensure that we are an integrated part of the conversation that includes all diverse stakeholders – whether it is corporations, policy makers, or just the general public.
Dr. Ayanna Howard, Linda J. and Mark C. Smith Professor and Chair of the School of Interactive Computing in the College of Computing, Georgia Tech
Google and DeepMind strongly support an open, collaborative process for developing AI. This group is a huge step forward, breaking down barriers for AI teams to share best practices, research ways to maximize societal benefits, and tackle ethical concerns, and make it easier for those in other fields to engage with everyone’s work.
Greg S. Corrado, Senior Scientist, Google Research
AI will only work for everyone if the right public policies and practices are adopted by the forces driving it forward.
Jason Furman, Professor of the Practice of Economic Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Collaboration between people and machines to solve some of the world’s most enduring problems must be trustworthy and beneficial.
Francesca Rossi, AI Ethics Global Leader at IBM Research AI, IBM
We need a forum for industry, civil society, and academia to come together to rigorously examine the potential risks of AI.
Eric Sears, Senior Program Officer, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
By working arm-in-arm with multiple stakeholders, we can address the important topics rising at the intersection of AI, people, and society.
Eric Horvitz, Technical Fellow and Director of Microsoft Research, Microsoft
I'm honored to join the Board of the Partnership on AI. Its cutting-edge roster of partners includes a blend of leading technology firms, civic leaders, and social justice advocates – a vanguard community with the potential to tap the radical imagination in us all as we navigate the headwaters of AI innovation.
Angela Glover Blackwell, Founder in Residence, PolicyLink
The Partnership on AI to Benefit People and Society was established to study and formulate best practices on AI technologies, to advance the public’s understanding of AI, and to serve as an open platform for discussion and engagement about AI and its influences on people and society.
In support of our mission to benefit people and society, the Partnership on AI intends to conduct research, organize discussions, share insights, provide thought leadership, consult with relevant third parties, respond to questions from the public and media, and create educational material that advances the understanding of AI technologies including machine perception, learning, and automated reasoning.Learn More
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