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White House proposes binding AI regulatory principles for agencies

The White House came out with new principles Tuesday for how federal agencies should regulate the use of artificial intelligence in the private sector. “I think what we’re trying to do is establish a consistency across all of our federal agencies, who seem to be more and more often coming across situations where they’re dealing with AI-powered technologies,” an administration official said on a press call. Section 6 of the February 2019 executive order on maintaining U.S. leadership in AI called for creating regulatory principles that ensure public engagement, limit agency overreach and the promotion of trustworthy technology. Dave Nyczepir has more on the principles.

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U.S. Space Force plans first pitch day for innovative tech

U.S. Space Force is officially less than a month old, but it's already working to set up its first pitch day. The newest military branch will hold the event at Patrick Air Force Base in Florida on March 4 in search of innovative solutions for installation and space operations support. This includes “weather, business systems and information technology that facilitate spacelift mission success” and other “quality control, human resources, communications, civil engineering, transportation, environmental” technologies for use in developing bases, according to a new solicitation. The new branch says it will pay up to $100,000 per solution. Inside Space Force's first pitch day.

The Census Bureau wants you to make memes to promote the 2020 count

U.S. Census Bureau wants your help making the 2020 count go viral. The bureau has created a campaign asking people to create memes that will encourage others to respond to the upcoming 2020 census. “The media landscape has changed radically in the last 10 years,” the initiative's website explains. “With the rise of social news and media fragmentation, there’s a need for more accurate, engaging content on media channels that people use the most in 2020.” Tajha Chappellet-Lanier has more on Census' memes.

WATCH: IT exec shares best practices on agile integration to modernize services

Red Hat’s Jason Corey says that an agile integration platform gives agencies access to the various tools they need as they build integration capabilities across their applications. For example, having a prebuilt connector to pull social media feeds into existing applications. But the best way to achieve agile integration will be defining an API strategy, which is still something that many agencies struggle with. Watch Corey’s full conversation here.

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