On Friday, October 30, 2020, in the "Sala del Senato", Rectorate Building, Rector Eugenio Gaudio (in the picture) has officially formalised the participation of Sapienza in the "Rome Call for AI Ethics" in the presence of Monsignor Vincenzo Paglia, President of the Pontifical Academy for Life. Archbishop Paglia said: "The signature of the Rector of La Sapienza University in Rome,… Continue reading Sapienza University of Rome joins Rome Call for AI Ethics: an ethical approach to Artificial Intelligence
International Conference September 24: FAO, Microsoft, IBM Artificial Intelligence best-practices in agriculture can help bridge the digital divide while tackling food insecurity. First appointment after the February Rome Call FAO, IBM and Microsoft focus on concrete and sustainable ways Artificial Intelligence can be used in line with ethical principles endorsed by Pope Francis 24 September… Continue reading AI, Food for All. Dialogue and Experiences
The concluding remarks point out that digital innovation and technological progress must contribute to human development and benefit, with respect for society, especially those potentially left behind, and the environment. Furthermore, potential benefits must be implemented through equitable applications, and global cooperation and inclusive dialogue also encompassing religious denominations at large must be fostered, also through scientific events and journals.
Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia In Rome, in February, an Ethical Code for Artificial Intelligence was signed (read here). The initiative, which involved the Italian government, the FAO, Microsoft, IBM, was promoted by the Pontifical Academy for Life, whose president is Vincenzo Paglia. The young Rossella Avella interviewed him for the UCSI website, preceding his words with… Continue reading The principles of a new ethic for today’s technology and for artificial intelligence.
«The sponsors of the call express their desire to work together, in this context and at a national and international level, to promote “algor-ethics”, namely the ethical use of AI as defined by the following principles: 1) Transparency: in principle, AI systems must be explainable; 2) Inclusion: the needs of all human beings must be… Continue reading Rome Call for AI Ethics