UF is committed to an ethical and equitable approach to artificial intelligence in its teaching, research and business practices. The university requires an ethics course (Ethics, Data, and Technology) in all certificates and majors related to AI and data science. In addition, UF is part of a global agreement with seven other worldwide university and major industrial leaders committed to the development of human-centered approaches to artificial intelligence. The university signed a commitment to the Rome Call for AI Ethics, joining a network of universities that will share best practices, tools, and educational content, as well as meet regularly to share updates and discuss innovative ideas. The Rome Call for AI Ethic’s principles ask for transparency, inclusion, responsibility, impartiality, reliability and security in building AI systems, research, education and workforce development.
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