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Department of Homeland Security Updates Inventory of AI Use Cases

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Department of Homeland Security Updates Inventory of AI Use Cases

The Department of Homeland Security recently added items to its AI use cases inventory while removing others on the publicly available list required under Executive Order 13960 issued in 2020.

The AI technologies added to the list include a facial recognition system that the Immigration and Customs Enforcement uses and the Customs and Border Protection’s automated system to establish “proof of life” and prevent fraudulent practices within an app the agency created.

RelativityOne, a tool for storing and controlling millions of documents across devices and jurisdictions from one interface, is another addition to the department’s AI list.

One of the AI uses removed from the DHS inventory was the Silicon Valley Innovation Program Language Translator. The entry was removed along with the Coast Guard subsection that contained it, FedScoop reported

The news website also noted that the department has dropped the PageRank system previously listed under the AI inventory’s Transportation Security Agency subsection. That subsection has been removed as well.

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