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CIA’s Dawn Meyerriecks Seeks to Boost Credibility of AI-Generated Intelligence

Dawn Meyerriecks, CIA deputy director for science and technology, has said she aims to increase government leaders’ confidence in artificial intelligence-aided analysis, Defense One reported Wednesday.

Meyerriecks told the audience at the Intelligence and National Security Summit that there is a need to convince leaders, including the president, to accept intelligence gathered through AI platforms.

“One of the things that’s a challenge for the current AI community, one of the things I’m positive will get addressed, is… you can’t go to leadership and make a recommendation based on a process that no one understands,” she noted.

Meyerriecks added that CIA currently has 137 artificial intelligence-related pilot projects, including tools that automatically tag objects in videos as well as platforms that predict events using big data and correlational evidence.

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