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By drafting the report which champions binding ethical standards, the S&D Group in the European Parliament has played a leading role in setting out the European Parliament’s demands on how artificial intelligence is developed, deployed and used in Europe.

MEPs are today debating and voting on how to ensure AI is safer and trustworthy throughout Europe, with a final vote taking place on Tuesday 20 October. In related reports on artificial intelligence also on the agenda this week, the European Parliament is calling for an effective intellectual property system for creators and for real access to justice for citizens and consumers.

Ibán Garcia del Blanco, S&D rapporteur on the framework of ethical aspects of artificial intelligence, said:

“We have a window of opportunity in Europe to establish the rules of the game to make sure there is no foul play when it comes to artificial intelligence. Now is the time to set binding standards in Europe on the ethical development, deployment and use of AI and for the EU to become a world-leader in this context. As artificial intelligence plays an increasingly important part of our lives, contributing to substantial changes in the labour market and even impacting our personal relationships with one another, it is clear there are both opportunities and risks. We need to make AI technologies trustworthy for citizens and ensure that there is no discrimination or bias built-in to algorithms in these technologies at any stage of their process. If we fail to act now, we risk failing to protect fundamental rights and risk coming unstuck in our duty to eradicate discrimination from AI technologies. When it comes to protecting fundamental rights and ensuring equal treatment and safety for all, there can be no short-cuts anywhere in the EU.”

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