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Srini Iyer: Biden’s AI Executive Order is too Ambiguous to Force Companies Into Compliance
Leidos’ health group chief technology officer has raised concerns over companies’ artificial intelligence reporting requirement under the Biden administration’s executive order on artificial intelligence.
In an AI panel at a recent Milken Institute’s Future of Health Summit, Srini Iyer, a 4×24 member, said companies could look for loopholes to avoid compliance. He recommended that it would be best for the government to seek ways to make the reporting process transparent and open to make organizations feel that they are not being penalized for such action.
Iyer’s sentiments come as technology experts believe that the EO adds a new burden for developers and could create conflict with existing regulations, Fierce Healthcare reported.
The EO sets new standards protecting Americans from dangers associated with the emerging technology. The sweeping mandates include requiring AI system developers to share their safety test results with the government and creating best practices for identifying AI-generated content.
Iyer has been consistent in sharing his views on the government’s approach to emerging technologies. In August, he urged government health providers to take a more proactive approach in collaborating with cloud service providers to ensure the security of sensitive health information.
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