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US, EU to Pursue Collaboration on Secure Artificial Intelligence Use

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US, EU to Pursue Collaboration on Secure Artificial Intelligence Use

The United States and the European Union member states have vowed to continue advancing their collaboration on ways to securely leverage artificial intelligence systems via a rights-centered methodology. 

The commitment, which was announced after the U.S.-E.U. Trade and Technology Council meeting on Thursday in Leuven, Belgium, calls on a gathering of U.S. and European scientific experts “in the coming months” to present innovative global research, Nextgov/FCW reported Friday

According to Margrethe Vestager, the executive vice president for the European Commission’s Europe Fit for the Digital Age strategic priority, the focus of future efforts will include AI benchmarks and harmonizing U.S. and E.U. regulations on the technology.

During the council meeting, U.S. and E.U. representatives also discussed revisions to the E.U.-U.S. Terminology and Taxonomy for Artificial Intelligence, resulting in 13 new terms added and updates to 24 terms. The new additional terms include data augmentation, prompt, data leakage and deep fakes. In 2023, comments were solicited on amending such technology terms as trustworthy AI, neural network, human-centric AI, machine learning and synthetic data.

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