Biden proposes new “Bill of Rights” to protect Americans from AI harms
Oct 04, 2022 1 min, 18 secs

Today, the White House proposed a "Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights," a set of principles and practices that seek to guide "the design, use, and deployment of automated systems," with the goal of protecting the rights of Americans in "the age of artificial intelligence," according to the White House.

"Among the great challenges posed to democracy today is the use of technology, data, and automated systems in ways that threaten the rights of the American public," reads the foreword of the blueprint.

A set of five principles developed by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy embodies the core of the AI Blueprint: "Safe and Effective Systems," which emphasizes community feedback in developing AI systems and protections from "unsafe" AI; "Algorithmic Discrimination Protections," which proposes that AI should be deployed in an equitable way without discrimination; "Data Privacy," which recommends people should have agency over how data about them is used; "Notice and Explanation," which means that people should know how and why an AI-based system made a determination; and "Human Alternatives, Consideration, and Fallback," which recommends that people should be able to opt out of AI-based decisions and have access to a human's judgment in the case of AI-driven mistakes.

"Where existing law or policy—such as sector-specific privacy laws and oversight requirements—do not already provide guidance, the Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights should be used to inform policy decisions," said the White House.

The full Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights document is available in PDF format on the White House website.

1. Elon Musk is dragging Apple into the culture wars - The Verge
Nov 30, 2022 # politics 2 mins, 52 secs
2. 20 Best Black Friday Soundbar and TV Deals (2022): Samsung, Vizio, LG, and More - WIRED
Nov 26, 2022 # technology 2 mins, 33 secs
3. SpaceX delays launch of Japanese moon lander for last-minute rocket checks -
Nov 30, 2022 # science 1 min, 1 sec
4. Scientists awakened 50,000-year-old zombie virus in Siberian permafrost. Details here - Economic Times
Nov 28, 2022 # science 22 secs
5. After Disney movie bombs, film critic tells Hollywood ‘go woke, go broke’ - Fox Business
Nov 30, 2022 # entertainment 53 secs
6. Mars Perseverance rover finds organic molecules that could indicate life - The Jerusalem Post
Nov 27, 2022 # science 1 min, 33 secs
7. Putin is open to talks and diplomacy on Ukraine, Kremlin says - Reuters
Dec 02, 2022 # politics 1 min, 16 secs
8. Kyle Richards and look-alike daughter Farrah Aldjufrie dress in nearly identical ensembles in Aspen - Daily Mail
Nov 27, 2022 # entertainment 1 min, 2 secs
9. Delphi murder suspect Richard Allen's probable cause released - Journal & Courier
Nov 29, 2022 # politics 48 secs
10. Nvidia AI plays Minecraft, wins AI conference award - Ars Technica
Nov 28, 2022 # technology 46 secs
11. Madonna Shares Rare Family Photos With All 6 Kids on Thanksgiving - E! NEWS
Nov 27, 2022 # entertainment 9 secs
12. Simon Cowell sparks fan concern as he looks 'unrecognisable' in BGT promo video - Daily Mail
Dec 01, 2022 # entertainment 51 secs
13. The White Lotus stars break down WTF ending - Entertainment Weekly News
Nov 28, 2022 # entertainment 1 min, 10 secs
14. ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ Trailer: Gamora Returns, First Look at Adam Warlock in Emotional Finale - Variety
Dec 01, 2022 # entertainment 0 secs
15. Ten Minutes of Aerobic Exercise With Exposure Therapy Found to Reduce PTSD Symptoms - Neuroscience News
Nov 28, 2022 # health 2 mins, 37 secs
16. Memorable moments from Emmanuel Macron's state visit to Washington - USA TODAY
Dec 02, 2022 # politics 1 min, 38 secs


Get monthly updates and free resources.


© Copyright 2022 365NEWSX - All RIGHTS RESERVED