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Google and Microsoft shouldn’t decide how technology is regulated

Jessica Fjeld, lead author of the recent BKC report Principled Artificial Intelligence, warns that giving too much credence to Big Tech is like “asking the fox for guidance on henhouse security procedures.”`

“AI principles are a map that should be on the table as regulators around the world draw up their next steps. However, even a perfect map doesn’t make the journey for you,” writes Fjeld. “At some point—and soon—policymakers need to set out the real-world implementations that will ensure that the power of AI technology reinforces the best, and not the worst, in humanity.”

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