Mihalis Kritikos (Policy Analyst at the European Parliament) wrote a nice piece about Aimee’s STOA study Artificial Intelligence: From Ethics to Policy (which she wrote at the request of the European Parliament’s STOA panel). See his full piece here.

The study then proposes an extensive range of ethically informed and stakeholder-specific policy options for the responsible implementation of AI/ML products, aligning them to defined values and ethical principles that prioritise human wellbeing in a given context. The entire set of policy options, viewed as ethical constraints, constitute a meta-ethical technology assessment framework directed towards the public administration and governmental organisations who are looking to deploy AI/ML solutions, as well as the private companies who are creating AI/ML solutions for use in the public space.