The Recommendation identifies five complementary values-based principles for the responsible stewardship of trustworthy AI and calls on AI actors to promote and implement them:
- inclusive growth, sustainable development and well-being;
- human-centred values and fairness;
- transparency and explainability;
- robustness, security and safety;
- and accountability.
In addition to and consistent with these value-based principles, the Recommendation also provides five recommendations to policy-makers pertaining to national policies and international co-operation for trustworthy AI, namely:
- investing in AI research and development;
- fostering a digital ecosystem for AI;
- shaping an enabling policy environment for AI;
- building human capacity and preparing for labour market transformation;
- and international co-operation for trustworthy AI.
Japan has been actively supporting the study on artificial intelligence in OECD countries since 2016.
At today's signing ceremony, the Japanese representative, Mr Watanabe, Vice-Minister for the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications(MIC), said in his speech that the adoption of the OECD's recommendation on AI has great significance for international society, that the development of AI was important to gain people's trust, and that Japan wanted to deepen discussions about AI in the G20, based on the recommendation.
Note : The OECD’s 36 member countries, along with Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and Romania, signed up to the OECD Principles on Artificial Intelligence on May 22 2019.