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In December 2020, Executive Order 13960 included, as a [[principle]] guiding the use of [[AI]] in federal government, that AI should be understandable, specifically that agencies shall “ensure that the operations and outcomes of their AI applications are sufficiently understandable by subject matter experts, users, and others.”59
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In December 2020, Executive Order 13960 included, as a [[principle]] guiding the use of [[AI]] in federal government, that [[AI]] should be understandable, specifically that agencies shall "[ensure that the operations and outcomes of their [[AI]] [[application]]s are sufficiently understandable by [[subject matter expert]]s, [[user]]s, and others."
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Latest revision as of 06:27, 30 May 2021

Citation[]

Executive Order 13960, Promoting the Use of Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence in the Federal Government, 85 Fed. Reg. 78939 (Dec. 3, 2020) (full-text).

Overview[]

In December 2020, Executive Order 13960 included, as a principle guiding the use of AI in federal government, that AI should be understandable, specifically that agencies shall "[ensure that the operations and outcomes of their AI applications are sufficiently understandable by subject matter experts, users, and others."