Unsurprisingly, artificial intelligence (AI) is playing an increasingly important role in the military, defense field. But if used improperly or unfairly, it can become particularly dangerous. The US Department of Defense has therefore laid down the principles governing responsible artificial intelligence.
US Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks has published an official memorandum listing the principles of responsible artificial intelligence. It reaffirmed the ethical artificial intelligence principles adopted by the Ministry last year and instructed the Director of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) to start work on four activities to develop a responsible artificial intelligence ecosystem.
“As the Defense Ministry will take over artificial intelligence (AI), it is essential that we adopt responsible behavior, processes and outcomes in a way that reflects the Ministry’s commitment to ethical principles, including the protection of privacy and civil liberties. it will also increase the confidence of end users, warriors and the American public, “Hicks said in a reminder.
The JAIC Director will coordinate responsibilities for responsible artificial intelligence through a working committee. The committee should develop a strategy and implementation path, establish a talent management framework and report on how responsible AI can be integrated into procurement.
The five ethical AI principles – responsible, fair, traceable, reliable, controllable – in addition, Hicks added six additional principles to guide the implementation of responsible AI. The guidance includes disciplined management, military confidence, a systems engineering and risk management approach to AI procurement throughout the product lifecycle, the incorporation of responsible AI principles into requirements, a “strong national and global responsible AI ecosystem” and responsible AI expertise. , requires a skilled workforce
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