AI

China Collects American’s Data

By Noah Vehafric In June President Biden issued an executive order replacing Donald Trump’s Executive Order which sought to ban Chinese-owned apps such as TikTok and WeChat for posing national security threats to Americans and their data. Biden’s executive order asks the federal government to evaluate threats to Americans…

U.S. Watchdog Announces Guidelines for Artificial Intelligence

By: Noah Vehafric The U.S. Government Accountability Office released a report detailing a new framework for accountable use of artificial intelligence by federal agencies. This report sets out  four key principles for government administrators to emphasize: governance, data, performance, and monitoring.  Source: U.S. Government Accountability Office  A deeper look into…

ICYMI: Digital Liberty Hosts Event About AI and ML in the Financial Sector

Digital Liberty and Americans for Tax Reform held an event this week entitled “Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Expand Access to Credit and Financial Services Innovation” to discuss how AI & ML will be used in the financial sector in the future and what are some policies…

The FTC Releases New Guidance Regarding Combatting AI Bias

By: Bridget Visconti On April 19, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released new guidance regarding the commercial use of AI and taking steps to ensure that AI products do not exhibit bias based on gender, race, or other legally protected classes. The FTC lays out recommendations to companies,  in…

Examining Algorithms’ Effects on Online Biases

The event was the second in a series of panel discussions Brookings is hosting on bias in artificial intelligence (AI), an issue that has garnered increased publicity as AI becomes more and more prevalent in everyday life. Studies show that many AI systems currently in use tend to show bias, most commonly against women and people of color.

AI Front & Center at White House

As technology and Artificial Intelligence reach ubiquity in everyday life, businesses and governments around the world are looking for ways to make these services increasingly beneficial to consumers.