Artificial intelligence (AI) is a transformative technology with enormous potential for good. It is not only ubiquitous in all aspects of life, it is beginning to permeate the public sector and beyond, including health care, agriculture, law enforcement, manufacturing, transportation, and defense. Much of the power of AI comes from its ability to rapidly detect patterns in data that humans simply cannot comprehend. Bringing accountability to the responsible use of this technology is therefore paramount to address inherent complexities, risks, and societal consequences. GAO developed its AI Accountability Framework to address accountability challenges in artificial intelligence and machine learning by laying out key practices, questions, and audit procedures.
Please join us on October 21st from 9-10 am EST to hear from GAO’s Chief Data Scientist and Director of the Innovation Lab, Taka Ariga, and Managing Director of the Strategic Planning and External Liaison team, Stephen Sanford, as they discuss the AI Framework and how AI designers can ensure that they avoid including flaws and stay in control of the systems they make.