NIST takes socio-technical approach to AI bias en route to management standard
Experts have argued societal values should factor into AI development and use, and new guidance shows NIST has been listening.
White House seeks input on designing a National AI Research Resource
The Office of Science and Technology Policy wants to consult on the capabilities and services it should provide.
Agencies sharing AI use cases after December executive order
Components within the Department of Veterans Affairs are working together to create an AI use case catalog.
The federal government gets a central AI website in AI.gov
The website is part of the government's push to increase transparency around every agencies' work with cognitive technologies and develop trustworthy AI, where people believe in the reliability of the algorithms involved.
White House pushes civilian agencies to use trustworthy AI in new executive order
The order borrows heavily from principles already established by the defense and intelligence communities, extending them to those outside the national security space.
NIST methodically releasing guidance on trustworthy AI
A terminology and taxonomy document expected out later this fall will begin a steady stream of reports helping agencies grasp the technical requirements needed to manage AI risk.