Silicon Valley makes big strides in AI, while the government ponders its future

The Valley’s mantra of “move fast and break things” is sometimes at odds with government regulators, who have moved decidedly slower on autonomous cars, drones and other advances in AI.The White House reports acknowledge that fact, saying AI-focused regulations should be flexible enough to allow for innovation, while informed enough to protect people’s safety and privacy. A major part of that push will be more transparency around the codebase powering AI decisions, the reports say.“Many AI technologies will work with and alongside humans, thus leading to important challenges in how to best create AI systems that work with people in intuitive and helpful ways,” the Strategic Plan reads. “The walls between humans and AI systems are slowly beginning to erode, with AI systems augmenting and enhancing human capabilities. Fundamental research…


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