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    Published on May 29, 2023 last updated on August 9, 2023

    The White House unveils updates on national AI strategy

    In a press release last week, the Biden-Harris administration announced new efforts to "advance the research, development, and deployment of responsible artificial intelligence (AI) that protects individuals’ rights and safety and delivers results for the American people." (source: The White House).

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    Stating that AI is "one of the most powerful technologies of our time", the announcement highlights the need for risk management measures and regulations, and introduces the latest steps taken by the administration in that regard:

    • An updated investment roadmap, released by The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP). In its first update since 2019, the National AI R&D Strategic Plan seems to change the outlook of some of the strategies towards a more privacy-centric approach. For example, Strategy 1 in the 2019 document "Make long-term investments in AI research" has become "Make long-term investments in fundamental and responsible AI research" in the 2023 document. (source: The Register).

    • A report on the risks and opportunities of AI in the field of education, titled "Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Future of Teaching and Learning: Insights and Recommendations" and authored by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Educational Technology.

    • A request for public input on critical AI issues, inviting "interested individuals and organizations" to submit comments to 29 questions on Artificial Intelligence.

    The summary of that Request for Information (RFI) is as follows:

    "The Biden-Harris Administration is developing a National Artificial Intelligence (AI) Strategy that will chart a path for the United States to harness the benefits and mitigate the risks of AI. This strategy will build on the actions that the Federal Government has already taken to responsibly advance the development and use of AI. To inform this strategy, OSTP requests public comments to help update U.S. national priorities and future actions on AI."

    - Request for Information - National Priorities for Artificial Intelligence (source: Office of Science and Technology Policy)

    Some of the prompts offered by the Office of Science and Technology Policy in the RFI include:

    • What are the national security risks associated with AI? What can be done to mitigate these risks?

    • What will the principal benefits of AI be for the people of the United States?

    • How can the United States ensure adequate competition in the marketplace for advanced AI systems?

    • What are potential harms and tradeoffs that might come from leveraging AI across the economy?

    Find the full list here. Interested participants can participate in the initiative by submitting comments via the Federal eRulemaking Portal at until 5:00 pm ET on July 7, 2023.

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