Procurement standards could promote responsible use of artificial intelligence by government.
The agency’s design allows it to develop advanced technologies, some of which present ethical implications.
Streamlining administration of cash aid requires substantial legal and regulatory reform.
Data sharing is not always required when firms use information to their advantage.
The White House seeks public input on a “bill of rights for an automated society.”
Increased use of artificial intelligence in public administration calls for efforts to give government a human touch.
Scholar warns that using artificial intelligence to revise agency rules may compromise democratic ideals.
A Federal Trade Commissioner urges the agency to take action to prevent bias in computer algorithms.
Policymakers around the world are developing guidelines for use of artificial intelligence in health care.
State and local governments compete and cooperate to attract autonomous vehicle developers.
Scholar advocates new research on current and emerging uses of advanced technologies.
In regulating AI in medicine, FDA should exercise care in implementing a principles-based framework.