Key Considerations for the Responsible Development and Fielding of Artificial Intelligence

08/19/2021
by   Eric Horvitz, et al.
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We review key considerations, practices, and areas for future work aimed at the responsible development and fielding of AI technologies. We describe critical challenges and make recommendations on topics that should be given priority consideration, practices that should be implemented, and policies that should be defined or updated to reflect developments with capabilities and uses of AI technologies. The Key Considerations were developed with a lens for adoption by U.S. government departments and agencies critical to national security. However, they are relevant more generally for the design, construction, and use of AI systems.

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