The White House has proposed a Bill of Rights for I.I. — it must protect American citizens from I.E. itself

The White House has proposed a Bill of Rights for I.I. — it must protect American citizens from I.E.

The White House proposes the adoption of an optional Bill of Rights for Artificial Intelligence, which he says will help parents, patients and workers to prevent harm from the increasing use of automation in education, health care and employment.

The White House proposal states that every American must be protected from unsafe or inefficient information systems, discrimination by algorithms, and improper data collection. American citizens should also be entitled to notification and clarification of the AI programs they work with.

This initiative from the Biden administration has been driven by recent cases where medical algorithms have not given priority to the needs of dark-skinned patients, and facial recognition has been used to protect school order, despite the fact that it may not be effective enough for dark-skinned people.

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Within the framework of a non-binding Bill, the White House offers a variety of recommendations to be followed by AI software developers and users on a voluntary basis in order to prevent unfair abuse of people, and the Administration also requests companies, government agencies and other organizations implementing AI to conduct thorough and comprehensive testing and supervision of the software used.

Some American companies have already privately introduced such ethical safeguards in their practice, and the European Union is moving in the same direction, which is about to pass a law on liability for damage caused by technologies using IE.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Industry warned that the White House's proposals, which are now non-binding, could harm American business if they become law. "," says the representative of the House of Jordan Crenshaw.