Microsoft is introducing a framework for building responsible AI systems. The Responsible AI Standard eliminates automated tools that can interpret or guess emotional states along with other attributes like gender, age and facial features. In a blog post, Microsoft Chief Responsible AI Officer Natasha Crampton wrote that the standard provides goals AI systems developers should meet in order to uphold values such as privacy, security, transparency and accountability.
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