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White House science advisers publish AI ‘bill of rights’

   

Blueprint seeks to protect American citizens from harmful effects of artificial intelligence

The White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy has published a ‘blueprint for a bill of rights’ for artificial intelligence, which is intended to help guide the responsible design, development and deployment of AI and other automated systems.

Published on 4 October, the blueprint is the result of a year-long effort by the OSTP to collect feedback and views from the general public, tech companies and researchers on how to develop AI technologies without encroaching on the rights of the American people to data privacy and security, and without baking biases and discrimination into technology applications. 

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