Bill of Rights Announced to Protect Users from AI

White House Science Office issues guidelines for the artificial intelligence industry.

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) unveiled what it called a “Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights”—guidelines for the artificial intelligence industry meant to protect users from abuses from algorithms maintained by companies and agencies. The guidelines offer five principles for ensuring users are protected from abuse powered by artificial intelligence technology as it grows in prominence.

“Technologies will come and go, but foundational liberties, rights, opportunities, and access need to be held open, and it’s the government’s job to help ensure that’s the case,” Alondra Nelson, OSTP deputy director for science and society, said. “This is the White House saying that workers, students, consumers, communities, everyone in this country should expect and demand better from our technologies.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Deputy Director Nelson as she works within the White House OSTP regarding the impact of technology on society.
  • For wisdom for Director Arati Prabhakar as she heads the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
  • For the president and his administration as they evaluate the benefits and the downsides of the use of artificial intelligence.

Sources: Washington Examiner, The White House


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