Policy Recommendations “ While engineers and their organizations will need to shoulder much of the growing responsibilities in the design and implementation of AI systems, the relevant governing bodies of the Nordic countries and at EU level must aknowledge their own responsibilities and opportunities for action.“ 1. There is a need to anchor discussions on the political level and to advance the public understanding on AI. This could be accomplished through the creation of a platform - a meeting space that would engage decision makers, business, academia, civil society and professionals including engineers to come up with stable and transparent solutions for AI through joint discussions. 5. Engineers, policy makers, civil society and the general public need spaces for sustaining a living dialogue around issues of AI and ethics. These need to be facilitated and supported through funding and other forms of support. 2. Education for ethical considerations and guidelines is often insufficient in the technical disciplines and throughout work-life. This needs to be addressed through changes in educational goals and priorities for technical subjects as well as through provision of relevant opportunities for lifelong learning. 3. Development of an appeal process with governmental oversight is crucial. Such a process must enable individuals and organizations to address the AI behaviour and decisions that they find potentially harmful. 4. There is a need for shaping regulation and legislation to govern issues related to AI that formalises relevant responsibility and defines accountabilities.
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