The strategies for the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in many countries contain separate sections about ethical principles in the development of AI technologies. The AI Development Strategy in Russia also contains guidelines regarding the development of ethical rules for human and AI interaction.
The rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) technology is not only down to the progress made in the field of algorithms but also the ease of access to Big Data. Vitaly Milke, permanent contributor to the ROSCONGRESS.ORG Information and Analytical System and Adviser to the President for Economy and Finance, debates how data should be kept, collected and used in different countries.
The first algorithm for training neural networks was formulated by the Canadian neuropsychologist Donald O. Hebb, who studied neuron interaction and was interested in the principle governing their combination into ensembles. Hebbs ideas were initially criticized, though some years later a group of American scientists were able to model an artificial neural network that could distinguish squares from other geometric shapes.