Big data. Innovation cannot isolate itself from broader ethical considerations regarding human well-being and environmental conservation. Social standards, moral principles, and general technical principles, such as open access data standards, responsible technology development, and environmental protection, are vital to our global digital future. Conclusion The digital revolution is transforming the 21st century, gradually creating new areas of artificial intelligence and machine learning, and lowering barriers to participation and access to data, education, and skills. means of communication for citizens of the world. Based on the knowledge and evidence provided by scientists and researchers to address specific policy issues and motivated by the principles set forth in this statement, we believe that key achievements can be used and optimized through national and regional institutions and governments, civil society and the private sector. . International cooperation will be critical in the core areas of security, accessibility and regulation. Our academies will continue to support this approach and contribute to sustainable international communication and cooperation between all interested parties. Together, we can provide an inclusive digital future that is ethical, democratically built, where an open data stream and reliable information are possible, that is, a future in which all citizens will have the necessary skills. resist the challenges and seize the opportunities that arise.
Technological solutions. Technological interfaces designed for specific groups of users, and not for others, can impede the ability and willingness of citizens to participate in public debates in digital forums. 2. Information quality, safety and sustainability. The increase in the volume of data produced and distributed by digital technologies and platforms has not yet been accompanied by a corresponding increase in the procedures and standards for verification of sources, the quality, variety and technical relevance of the data, as well as policies aimed at the security and sustainability of digital infrastructures. All infrastructure systems are currently digitally based and have serious IT flaws. There is reason to believe that public awareness of these issues in some areas (such as climate change or vaccines) is stagnating due to the proliferation of information bubbles. The possibility of manipulating public opinion, whether hidden or hidden, is growing in a context where public confidence in traditional sources of information, such as academic organizations and reference media, is undermined. Dependence on data, ICTs and related systems is growing at the same rate as potential weaknesses and failures. 3. Transparency, openness and interoperability. Many recent digital conversions have led to the appropriation of personal data, the promotion of proprietary standards, or the use of black box algorithms. Examples include assigning social scores to quantify the risk associated with an individual, reducing the number of job candidates, adjusting prices for online transactions, and selecting information. optimized and deleted on social networks. The lack of regulatory regimes for monitoring and ensuring transparency, interoperability, legibility and control of digital data and their use is a challenge to the democratic principles of openness and accountability. In cases where the complexity of some systems, such as deep learning systems, makes it difficult to explain their results, new approaches based on an understanding of how they work may be required to ensure openness and accountability.
Among the many benefits associated with this knowledge is the ability to defend against fraudulent misrepresentations and misinformation campaigns. Trends in data usage in the 21st century have led to a revision of ownership and control of personal data by private individuals. People and their digital identity must enjoy the rights to dignity and respect. International cooperation will play an important role in the implementation of this principle. 5. Employment and training.