Civile.it
/internet
Osservatorio sul diritto e telecomunicazioni informatiche, a cura del dott. V. Spataro dal 1999, 9320 documenti.

Il dizionario e' stato letto volte.



Segui via: Email - Telegram
  Dal 1999   spieghiamo il diritto di internet  Store  Podcast  Dizionario News alert    
             

  


WPkit.it: privacy, formulari, check up per WordPress

Temi attuali:
Algoritmi ChatGPT Intelligenza artificiale Privacy WordPress



AI 25.03.2024    Pdf    Appunta    Letti    Post successivo  

Intelligenza Artificiale - nuove linee guida dalla California e dalla UE

Continuiamo il lavoro di documentare gli studi e le ricerche mondiali in materia di intelligenza artificiale.

Oggi dalla California e dalla UE tre documenti tutti da studiare.


Valentino Spataro

 

E

Eccole:

Si connotano da un atteggiamento prudente ma attento nei confronti della AI generativa di massa.

Toccano anche gli utenti, ma senza mettere sullo stesso piano chi usa una AI e la AI. 

Trattandosi di interfacce conversazionali il peso dell'utente è già valutato, ma ancora sottostimato, sia negli aspetti positivi che negativi.

Citiamo la pagina europea:

20 March 2024Directorate-General for Research and Innovation

Guidelines on the responsible use of generative AI in research developed by the European Research Area Forum

The Commission, together with the European Research Area countries and stakeholders, has put forward a set of guidelines to support the European research community in their responsible use of generative artificial intelligence (AI).

With the rapid spread of the use of this technology in all domains including in science, these recommendations address key opportunities and challenges. Building on the principles of research integrity, they offer guidance to researchers, research organisations, and research funders to ensure a coherent approach across Europe. The principles framing the new guidelines are based on existing frameworks such as the European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity and the guidelines on trustworthy AI.

AI is transforming research, making scientific work more efficient and accelerating discovery. While generative AI tools offer speed and convenience in producing text, images and code, researchers must also be mindful of the technology’s limitations, including plagiarism, revealing sensitive information, or inherent biases in the models.

Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice-President said:

We are committed to innovation of AI and innovation with AI. And we will do our best to build a thriving AI ecosystem in Europe. With these guidelines, we encourage the research community to use generative AI to help supercharge European science and its applications to the benefit of society and for all of us.

Iliana Ivanova, Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth said:

Generative AI can hugely boost research, but its use demands transparency and responsibility. These guidelines aim to uphold scientific integrity and preserve public trust in science amidst rapid technological advancements. I call on the scientific community to join us in turning these guidelines into the reference for European research.

Key takeaways from the guidelines include:

  • Researchers refrain from using generative AI tools in sensitive activities such as peer reviews or evaluations and use generative AI respecting privacy, confidentiality, and intellectual property rights.
  • Research organisations should facilitate the responsible use of generative AI and actively monitor how these tools are developed and used within their organisations.
  • Funding organisations should support applicants in using generative AI transparently

As generative AI is constantly evolving, these guidelines will be updated with regular feedback from the scientific community and stakeholders.

Share your views

Background

The widespread uptake of generative AI has triggered numerous institutional responses. While the EU is taking the global lead with its AI Act regulating AI products, many academic institutions and organisations across Europe have been developing guidelines on the use generative AI. The goal of the ERA Forum representatives, including Member States, Horizon Europe associated countries, and other research and innovation stakeholders, was to develop a guidance that could bring consistency across countries and research organisations.

More information

Factsheet

Guidelines

Artificial Intelligence in Science

25.03.2024 Valentino Spataro
UE Ricerca e Innovazione


Generative AI models - Rischi - Germania - Federal Office for Information Security
Generative AI
CNIL - webinar sulla AI del Garante Francese - completo
Banca, violazione ai siti, l'analisi della comunicazione pubblica del data breach
Ai act: l'analisi di Amnesty
ECHR Factsheet febbraio 2024: i nuovi principi affermati dalla Corte Europea dei Diritti Umani
Recap sull'intelligenza artificiale, ai act e testo vigente cinese
Cultura e fotovoltaico non vanno d'accordo: decide il Governo
Abbonamento a mezzi di trasporto e consenso newsletter - contrasto e provvedimento del 22 febbraio 2024 [9995808] del Garante
Telemedicina e assistenza: il compendio in testo html, analisi e checklist in AI



Segui le novità in materia di AI su Civile.it via Telegram
oppure via email: (gratis Info privacy)





dallo store:
visita lo store








Dal 1999 il diritto di internet. I testi sono degli autori e di IusOnDemand srl p.iva 04446030969 - diritti riservati - Privacy - Cookie - Condizioni d'uso - in 0.038