‘Europe needs human supervision of robots legally capture’
People should always see the controls on machines to maintain. The EU must ensure that artificial intelligence is ethical is used.
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) argues that Wednesday in an opinion to the European Commission.
When and how tasks will be entrusted to for example, medical or robots, must always be a human decision. That said EESC rapporteur Catelijne Muller. Whether it is acceptable for artificial intelligence our security, privacy or autonomy in danger, therefore should ever be reviewed again. The same applies for ‘smart’ weapons.
An ethical code is necessary to ensure that artificial intelligence systems, the human dignity and human rights do not affect, according to Muller. Also the consequences for employment, the EU should develop a strategy, in the advice.
Muller also draws attention to the benefits that artificial intelligence can offer in the field of agriculture, environment and safety, and even how it can contribute to the eradication of disease and poverty. Because of the risks, the EU would, according to the rapporteur paramount to global norms and standards.