This is the blog call “AI at Google: our principles” by Sundar Pichai, he is Chief Executive Officer of Google. In this blog he talked about the principles of AI at Google. The main purpose of AI is to help us, its potential to improve our lives. Beyond that, AI to help people tackle urgent problems. These benefits are why Google invests heavily in AI research and development and makes AI technologies widely available to others via our tools and open-source code. This is powerful tool that mean we must be responsibility to get this right. These are seven principles to guide Google’s work going forward. They want to set to concrete standards that will actively govern the research, product development and business decisions.
Objectives for AI applications: Advances in AI will have trans formative impacts in a wide range of fields, including healthcare, security, energy, transportation, manufacturing, and entertainment. They also take into account a broad range of social and economic factors and will proceed where they believe that the overall likely benefits substantially exceed the foreseeable risks and downsides. They recognize that distinguishing fair from unfair biases is not always simple, differs across cultures and societies. They will seek to avoid creating or reinforcing unfair bias. They will continue to develop and apply strong safety and security practices to avoid unintended results that create risks of harm, and will incorporate our privacy principles in the development and use of AI technologies. AI tools have the potential to unlock new realms of scientific research and knowledge in critical domains like biology, chemistry, medicine, and environmental sciences. They aspire to high standards of scientific excellence as we work to progress AI development.
And the applications that they will not design AI for, such as weapons or other technologies whose principal purpose or implementation is to cause or directly facilitate injury to people. Technologies that cause or are likely to cause overall harm or gather or use information for surveillance violating internationally accepted norms.
Look at AI for long term, this is the technology that will stay with us in the future. There are many voices about this subject. Although I don’t have all my trust and believe in company and operation. This is the future we cannot avoid, that’s mean we have to be careful and monitor it to goes right direction. We need to set regulations and principles, I am agreed with these principles by Google. But we need to make sure that they keep their words.