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White House Issues New Rules on How Government Can Use AI

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White House Issues New Rules on How Government Can Use AI

White House Issues New Rules on How Government Can Use AI

White House Issues New Rules , on How Government Can Use AI.

White House Issues New Rules , on How Government Can Use AI.

The policy was released by the White House on March 28, 'The Hill' reports.

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It is intended to reduce AI risks within the government.

According to a White House memo, federal agencies must now appoint a chief AI officer, add safeguards and issue reports about how AI is being used.

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Those reports will also be made public, according to 'The Hill.'.

However, some AI uses, such as those employed by the Department of Defense, do not require reports because they would be "inconsistent with applicable law and government policy.".

Agencies will have 60 days to appoint a chief AI officer.

Safeguards to protect Americans' rights and safety must be implemented by December.

Vice President Kamala Harris weighed in on the development.

I believe that all leaders from governments, civil society and the private sector have a moral, ethical and societal duty... , Vice President Kamala Harris, via call with reporters.

... to make sure that artificial intelligence is adopted and advanced in a way that protects the public from potential harm, while ensuring everyone is able to enjoy its full benefits, Vice President Kamala Harris, via call with reporters


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