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US Army to Lay Out Responsible Artificial Intelligence Principles

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US Army to Lay Out Responsible Artificial Intelligence Principles

The U.S. Army is working on a Responsible AI Strategy to guide internal development and use of artificial intelligence.

Dr. David Barnes, the Army AI Integration Center’s ethics lead, said the framework is meant to establish the principles underpinning “the next generation of the Army’s AI strategy,” DefenseScoop reported.

Barnes, a major contributor to the Department of Defense’s responsible AI policy, told attendees of the Advantage Defense and Data Symposium that the framework will lay out how the Army can iteratively become an AI ethics and safety leader. He added that the service branch will adopt new, DOD-encouraged practices.

The Responsible AI Strategy lists workforce development, cross-sector partnerships, governance and metrics based on existing federal guidelines as major lines of effort.

According to Barnes, his team aims to assess Army AI applications and develop better risk assessments using current principles.

The goal is to build responsible AI into future versions of the Army’s processes and policies, he explained.

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