White House proposes binding AI regulatory principles for agencies
The 10 principles are aimed at consistency in guiding industry development of the technology while maintaining U.S. leadership in the space.
Winter Casey, Lynne Parker named deputy US CTOs
Casey and Parker previously focused on the portfolios of international affairs and artificial intelligence, respectively.
With AI, agencies have secondary responsibility of providing data for industry
Agencies play a vital role in the development of artificial intelligence by sharing their data with the public, according to a pair of top administration tech leaders.
White House calls CIOs and other agency leaders to summit on federal use of AI
OSTP staff will host the summit, inviting a "broad range" of federal CIOs, CTOs and CDOs to discuss the applications and impacts of the emerging technology.
Government not just looking to regulate AI, but use it too
Leaders at FedTalks made their message clear: The government will not only regulate AI but also deploy it at agencies.