Microsoft chief Satya Nadella urged for a need to establish proper principles that can govern artificial intelligence, and pitched for privacy being taken as a human right going ahead. Nadella was indicating for industry wide standards for emerging trend such as Artificial Intelligence.
Speaking here at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, the Indian origin global business leader said “tough discussions” are needed on global norms amid a ‘techlash’ being faced by the leaders.
“The world is a tech sector. Every retail company, every health company will have to think of data. We should think of privacy as a human right,” he said.
“We have to start from the core principle that the user is the owner of their data, and the whole economy, not just the tech sector, must get to grips with this,” said Nadella who is also one of the co-chairs of the WEF Annual Meeting 2019.