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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."
 
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."