AI systems must be reliable and efficient
AI systems should not discriminate
The information should be reviewed in light of its historical context. For example, tech companies that tend to promote men to senior positions should be aware that relying on those past statistics to gauge employability may disadvantage female applicants. With that knowledge, device designers can adjust the differences in how the system favors or disfavors protected class members.
AI systems must respect civil liberties
AI systems should be transparent and explainable
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