Report: DoD to Adopt Rules for AI Development, Use

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The Department of Defense will soon implement a set of rules that would guide DoD’s development and use of artificial intelligence, Defense One reported Tuesday.

Sources said the Pentagon will use the Defense Innovation Board’s recommended ethical principles for the use of AI as basis for its set of policies. Under these recommendations, the department should ensure that its use of use of AI platforms is responsible, equitable, traceable, reliable and governable.

“The Department of Defense is in the final stages of adopting AI principles that will be implemented across the U.S. military. An announcement will be made soon with further details,” said Lt. Cmdr. Arlo Abrahamson, a spokesman for DoD’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center.

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