Our approach to responsible AIWe’ve identified six ethical principles to guide the development and use of artificial intelligence with people at the center of everything we do.
AI systems should treat all people fairly
AI systems should empower everyone and engage people
Reliability & Safety
AI systems should perform reliably and safely
AI systems should be understandable
Privacy & Security
AI systems should be secure and respect privacy
AI systems should have algorithmic accountability
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Discover how we are applying our AI principles to create solutions.
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Partnership on AI
Partnership on AI is working alongside industry leaders, academics, nonprofits, and specialists to collectively develop best AI practices, and provide an open platform for discussion and engagement around AI’s impact on people and society.Learn about Partnership on AI
The Center for Brains, Minds and Machines is a Science and Technology Center focused on the interdisciplinary study of intelligence—how the brain produces intelligent behavior and how we may be able to replicate it in machines.Learn more about CBMM
CMU MLD and LTI
Carnegie Mellon University's Machine Learning Department studies machine learning, robotics, AI, and computer science. The Language Technologies Institute (LTI) researches natural language processing, computational linguistics, and more.Learn more about CMU MLD
The Amsterdam Machine Learning Lab researches large-scale modelling of complex data sources including the development of new methods for probabilistic graphical models and nonparametric Bayesian models, deep learning, and more.Get details on AMLab seminars
Microsoft and Facebook came together to create the Open Neural Network Exchange. It’s an open format ecosystem where AI developers can easily move models between state-of-the-art tools and choose the combination that is best for them.Learn more about ONNX