DoeringOleDeutschlandKarlsruhe Institute for TechnologyAssociate Professor in Philosophie
GilmanMicheleUnited StatesUniversity of Baltimore School of LawProfessor of Law and Director, Civil Advocacy Clinic
UmbrelloStevenItalyInstitute for Ethics and Emerging TechnologiesManaging Director
dos Santos AlmeidaFilipe NunoPortugalCentro Hospitalar Universitário S. JoãoDirector of Humanization Department
CancelliFerdinandoItalyFondazione FAROPhysician
TarascoMarthaMexicoUniversitá AnáhuacProfessor of Bioethics
Bellver CapellaVicenteSpainUniversity of ValenciaProfessor
ChiodiMaurizioItalyPontificio Istituto Teologico Giovanni Paolo IIProfessor
LetterielloNinoItalyItalian Data Management Association (DAMA Italy)President
BattagliaFiorellaGermanyLudwig-Maximilians-Universität, MünchenAssociate Professor
RivaGiuseppeItalyUniversità Cattolica del Sacro CuoreFull Professor, Director of the Human Technology Lab
SulmasyDanielUnited StatesGeorgetown UniversityDirector of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics
MulassanoPaoloItalyFondazione Compagnia di San PaoloInnovation Director
ClementeFabrizioItalyNational Research Council (CNR)biomedical engineer
CortésCarlos EduardoColombiaPontifical Xavierian UniversityDirector, Social Communication Undergraduate Program
SardetoPatricia Eliane da RosaBrazilPontifical Catholic University of Paraná_Câmpus LondrinaCoordinator of Law Course

The Six Principles

.1 Transparency

AI systems must be understandable to all_

.2 Inclusion

These systems must not discriminate against anyone because every human being has equal dignity_

.3 Accountability

there must always be someone who takes responsibility for what a machine does_

.4 Impartiality

AI systems must not follow or create biases_

.5 Reliability

AI must be reliable_

.6 Security and Privacy

These systems must be secure and respect the privacy of users_

The signatories to the Rome Call for AI Ethics commit to follow and comply with the above-mentioned principles.