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Can China and Europe find common ground on AI ethics?

Implementing a global set of standards on AI ethics can lead to a more collaborative future. Image: Pexels.

Pascale Fung

Director of the Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research (CAiRE) and Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Hubert Etienne

Ph.D candidate in AI ethics, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris

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Table comparing the ethical principles endorsed by the Chinese National New Generation Artificial Intelligence Governance Professional Committee (CNNGAIGPC) and those promoted by the European High-level Expert Group on AI (HLEGAI).
Table comparing the ethical principles endorsed by the Chinese National New Generation Artificial Intelligence Governance Professional Committee (CNNGAIGPC) and those promoted by the European High-level Expert Group on AI (HLEGAI).

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