Below is a list of policies regarding AI which we consider to be most significant for our mission.
We will work within the bounds set by these policies. Two are by the US, two by the EU, and two by global organizations.
These policies are about the SD => AI implication. Although our work is mostly about the reverse implication,
these two implications should be viewed as two sides of the same coin.


Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights

"The Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights is a guide for a society that protects all people from these threats—and uses technologies in ways that reinforce our highest values. Responding to the experiences of the American public, and informed by insights from researchers, technologists, advocates, journalists, and policymakers, this framework is accompanied by From Principles to Practice—a handbook for anyone seeking to incorporate these protections into policy and practice, including detailed steps toward actualizing these principles in the technological design process."

US State Department

AI as part of a national security framework

"A global technology revolution is now underway. The world’s leading powers are racing to develop and deploy new technologies like artificial intelligence and quantum computing that could shape everything about our lives - from where we get energy, to how we do our jobs, to how wars are fought. We want America to maintain our scientific and technological edge, because it's critical to us thriving in the 21st century economy."


The Artificial Intelligence Act

"AI applications influence what information you see online by predicting what content is engaging to you, capture and analyze data from faces to enforce laws or personalize advertisements, and are used to diagnose and treat cancer. In other words, AI affects many parts of your life.

Like the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in 2018, the EU AI Act could become a global standard, determining to what extent AI has a positive rather than negative effect on your life wherever you may be. The EU’s AI regulation is already making waves internationally."


REPORT on artificial intelligence in a digital age

"Notes that the world stands on the verge of the fourth industrial revolution; points out that in comparison with the three previous waves, initiated by the introduction of steam, electricity, and then computers, the fourth wave draws its energy from an abundance of data combined with powerful algorithms and computing capacity; stresses that today’s digital revolution is shaped by its global scale, fast convergence, and the enormous impact of emerging technological breakthroughs on states, economies, societies,international relations and the environment; recognizes that radical change of this scale has differing impacts on various parts of society depending on their objectives, geographical location or socio-economic context; emphasizes that the digital transition must be shaped with full respect for fundamental rights and in such a way that digital technologies serve humanity."

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)

OECD AI Principles

"The OECD AI Principles focus on how governments and other actors can shape a human-centric approach to trustworthy AI. As an OECD legal instrument, the principles represent a common aspiration for its adhering countries."

United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

Recommendation on the ethics of artificial intelligence

"Considering that AI technologies can be of great service to humanity and all countries can benefit from them, but also raise fundamental ethical concerns, for instance regarding the biases they can embed and exacerbate, potentially resulting in discrimination, inequality, digital divides, exclusion and a threat to cultural, social and biological diversity and social or economic divides; the need for transparency and understandability of the workings of algorithms and the data with which they have been trained; and their potential impact on, including but not limited to, human dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms, gender equality, democracy, social, economic, political and cultural processes, scientific and engineering practices, animal welfare, and the environment and ecosystems ..."