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MILINERS, S.L.P. Attorney Co-authors New ITechLaw Book on Responsible Artificial Intelligence

Publication Launches Global Public Comment Period on First-Version Principles for Responsible Artificial Intelligence


Rodolfo Fernández-Cuellas has co-authored a new book, Responsible AI: A Global Policy Framework, an in-depth review that proposes ethical guideposts to encourage the responsible development, deployment, and use of artificial intelligence. The publication launches a 90-day public comment period to gather stakeholder feedback and accelerate international dialogue on responsible AI in anticipation of a second edition later this year.

We invite all stakeholders — industry representatives, policy-makers, researchers, and general public – to read the publication and its accompanying draft policy framework and then submit feedback at by September 15 (discussion principles and the framework can be separately downloaded). Comments also may be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Published by the International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw), Fernández-Cuellas worked for a year with a multi-disciplinary team of 53 other technology law experts, researchers and industry representatives from 16 countries to develop a detailed, actionable framework of eight core discussion principles related to responsible AI.

Fernández-Cuellas researched and proposed solutions focused on AI and Intellectual Property ( The other 7 discussion principles explore and offer practical application around Ethical Purpose and Societal Benefit, Accountability, Transparency and Explainability, Fairness and Non-discrimination, Safety and Reliability, Open Data and Fair Competition and Privacy.

The actionable framework that Fernández-Cuellas co-developed addresses some of the world’s hottest current technology and moral issues:

  1. Ethical Purpose and Societal Benefit
  2. Accountability
  3. Transparency and Explainability
  4. Fairness and Non-discrimination
  5. Safety and Reliability
  6. Open Data and Fair Competition
  7. Privacy
  8. AI Rights and Intellectual Property

Among the suggested actions in the framework are:

  • Grounding the responsible AI framework in the human-centric principle of “accountability” that makes organizations developing, deploying, or using AI systems accountable for harm caused by AI;
  • Denying “legal personality” to AI systems;
  • Promoting a context-sensitive framework for transparency and explainability;
  • Elaborating the notion of elegant failure, as well as revisiting the “tragic choices” dilemma;
  • Supporting open-data practices that help encourage AI innovation while ensuring reasonable and fair privacy, consent, and competitiveness; and
  • Encouraging responsible AI by design. 

Download the Principles or the free Framework. 

Download the electronic version of Responsible AI: A Global Policy Framework at (USD$9.99, free for ITechLaw members).

Share your comments on responsible AI.

Order the printed book (USD$79 non-members, $45 members).

Anyone interested in responsible AI can join the conversation on social media at #ResponsibleAI_ITechLaw (Twitter), @ITechLaw_Assn (Facebook), and LinkedIn at International Technology Law Association.

All attendees to the ITechLaw conference in BostonDublin, Bangalore and Singapore conferences also will receive a complimentary printed copy.

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