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Perhaps never in the history of science has a suite of technologies inspired more work to identify ethical and governance issues, and suggest best practices. Institutional, academic, governmental and other organizations have generated numerous reports, white papers and analyses – so many that sorting and tracking them is a challenge. A selection of some of these documents is available here.

Image Credit: Adam Harvey/megapixels.cc. Images from the MegaFace face recognition training and benchmarking dataset

World Health Organization

"The WHO guidance on Ethics & Governance of Artificial Intelligence for Health is the product of 18 months of deliberation amongst leading experts in ethics, digital technology, law, human rights, as well as experts from Ministries of Health." Several Collaborating Centers, including that at the University of Miami, contributed to the document, which is available here.

Professional, Academic Societies

NGOs

Governments  

Academia

Law, Legislation, Governance

Military and Warfare

Journals

Biomedical Informatics: History and Miscellany

Think Tanks

Regional Initiatives

 

Creation of this resource was initially supported by a grant from the WHO. Please send corrections and suggestions for additions to ethics@miami.edu.

20 March 2022