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It’s not enough for AI to be “ethical”; it must also be “rights respecting”

“Human rights deserves pride of place among the navigational aids that are guiding the development and deployment of AI systems that advance the common good while recognizing the fundamental dignity of each and every one of us,” write Berkman Klein affiliate Vivek Krishnamurthy, program coordinator Hannah Hilligoss and Harvard Law alumnus Filippo A. Raso in this Medium post on the importance of thinking about both the human rights implications and the ethics of AI.


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