Earlier this week, the White House released a memo containing a set of 10 principles for agencies to consider when developing a regulatory approach to artificial intelligence.

Focused squarely on ”narrow” AI—or AI that can “learn and perform domain-specific or specialized tasks by extracting information from data sets, or other structured or unstructured sources of information”—the principles address several of the concerns that have been raised around the technology, including transparency of use and the potential for bias and discriminatory outcomes.

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