AI Ethics

Artificial Intelligence is a wide term, and it includes powerful tools for promoting well-being.

UnifAI Technology is committed to maintaining and promoting the highest standards of ethics in how we develop and use our AI tools. We are members of The Open Community for Ethics in Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (OCEANIS), a global forum for discussion, debate and collaboration for organisations interested in the development and use of standards to further the development of autonomous and intelligent systems.

We strive to follow the OECD AI Principles, which promote the use of AI that is innovative and trustworthy and that respects human rights and democratic values. They set the standards for AI that are practical and flexible enough to stand the test of time.

Inclusive growth, sustainable development and well-being

 

This Principle highlights the potential for trustworthy AI to contribute to overall growth and prosperity for all – individuals, society, and planet – and advance global development objectives.

Human-centred values and fairness

AI systems should be designed in a way that respects the rule of law, human rights, democratic values and diversity, and should include appropriate safeguards to ensure a fair and just society.

Transparency and explainability

This principle is about transparency and responsible disclosure around AI systems to ensure that people understand when they are engaging with them and can challenge outcomes.

Robustness, security and safety

AI systems must function in a robust, secure and safe way throughout their lifetimes, and potential risks should be continually assessed and managed.

Accountability

Organisations and individuals developing, deploying or operating AI systems should be held accountable for their proper functioning in line with the OECD’s values-based principles for AI.

AI Ethics
UnifAI is a member of OCEANIS
OECD AI Principles