The 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners considers that any creation, development and use of artificial intelligence systems shall fully respect human rights, particularly the rights to the protection of personal data and to privacy, as well as human dignity, non discrimination and fundamental values, and shall provide solutions to allow individuals to maintain control and understanding of artificial intelligence systems.
The Conference therefore endorses the following guiding principles, as its core values to preserve human rights in the development of artificial intelligence:
1. Artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies should be designed, developed and used in respect of fundamental human rights and in accordance with the fairness principle, in particular by:
Artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies should be designed, developed and used in respect of fundamental human rights and in accordance with the fairness principle, in particular by:
4. As part of an overall “ethics by design” approach, artificial intelligence systems should be designed and developed responsibly, by applying the principles of privacy by default and privacy by design, in particular by:
c. identifying specific requirements for ethical and fair use of the systems and for respecting human rights as part of the development and operations of any artificial intelligence system,
6. Unlawful biases or discriminations that may result from the use of data in artificial intelligence should be reduced and mitigated, including by:
a. ensuring the respect of international legal instruments on human rights and non discrimination,
They must take place at an international level since the development of artificial intelligence is a trans border phenomenon and may affect all humanity.