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Editorial: Responsibly Harnessing the Power of AI

Lama Nachman is an Intel Fellow and director of the Intelligent Systems Research Lab at Intel Labs. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Lama Nachman is an Intel Fellow and director of the Intelligent Systems Research Lab at Intel Labs. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Intel is responsibly leveraging artificial intelligence to mitigate risks and drive positive change.

SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– The following is an opinion editorial by Lama Nachman, Intel Fellow and director of the Intelligent Systems Research Lab at Intel Labs.

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Lama Nachman is an Intel Fellow and director of the Intelligent Systems Research Lab at Intel Labs. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Lama Nachman is an Intel Fellow and director of the Intelligent Systems Research Lab at Intel Labs. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a key part of everyday life, transforming how we live, work, and solve new and complex challenges. From making voice banking possible for people with neurological conditions to helping autonomous vehicles make roads safer and helping researchers better understand rainfall patterns and human population trends, AI has allowed us to overcome barriers, make societies safer and develop solutions to build a better future.

Despite AI’s many real-life benefits, Hollywood loves to tell alarming stories of AI taking on a mind of its own and menacing people. These science fiction scenarios can distract us from the very real but more banal ways in which poorly designed AI systems can harm people. It is critical that we continuously strive to responsibly develop AI technologies so that our efforts do not marginalize people, use data in unethical ways or discriminate against different populations — especially individuals in traditionally underrepresented groups. These are problems that we as developers of AI systems are aware of and are working to prevent.

At Intel, we believe in the potential of AI technology to create positive global change, empower people with the right tools and improve the life of every person on the planet. We’ve long been recognized as one of the most ethical companies in the world, and we take that responsibility seriously. We’ve had Global Human Rights Principles in place since 2009 and are committed to high standards in product responsibility, including AI. We recognize the ethical risks associated with the development of AI technology and aspire to be a role model, especially as thousands of companies across all industries are making AI breakthroughs using systems enhanced with Intel® AI technology.

We are committed to responsibly advancing AI technology throughout the product lifecycle. I am excited to share our updated Responsible AI web page, featuring the work we do in this space and highlighting the actions we are taking to operate responsibly, guard against the misuse of AI and keep ourselves accountable through internal oversight and governance processes.

Review Process

Our multidisciplinary Responsible AI Advisory Council conducts a rigorous review process throughout the lifecycle of an AI project. The council reviews product and project development with our ethical impact assessment through the lens of six key areas: human rights;

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