The Partnership on AI

 

The Partnership on AI to Benefit People and Society was established to study and formulate best practices on AI technologies, to advance the public’s understanding of AI, and to serve as an open platform for discussion and engagement about AI and its influences on people and society. It brings together diverse global voices to realize the promise of artificial intelligence.

Click on the logo or on this link to go to the website: https://www.partnershiponai.org/

The goals of the Partnership on AI are:

Develop and share best practices. Support research, discussions, identification, sharing, and recommendation of best practices in the research, development, testing, and fielding of AI technologies. Address such areas as fairness and inclusivity, explanation and transparency, security and privacy, values and ethics, collaboration between people and AI systems, interoperability of systems, and of the trustworthiness, reliability, containment, safety, and robustness of the technology.

Advance public understanding. Advance wider public understanding and awareness of AI by sharing insights into AI’s core technologies, potential benefits and costs. We will act as a trusted expert on AI for society and their leaders and will work to increase public understanding of how AI is progressing.

Provide an open and inclusive platform for discussion and engagement.  Create and support opportunities for AI researchers and key stakeholders, including people in technology, law, policy, government, civil liberties, and the greater public, to communicate directly and openly with each other about relevant issues to AI and its influences on people and society. Ensure that key stakeholders have the knowledge, resources, and overall capacity to participate fully.

Identify and foster aspirational efforts in AI for socially beneficial purposes. Seek out, support, celebrate, and highlight aspirational efforts in AI for socially benevolent applications. Identify areas of untapped opportunity, including promising technologies and applications not being explored by academia and industry R&D.

This site also has a calendar of selected events, working groups, and news.

The editors at AI Literacy have reviewed this content and designated it as a good practices resource for having a conversation with youths about how artificial intelligence may impact their lives.