Pentagon tech advisers plan public listening tour to feed recommendations on AI ethics for the military

By Justin Doubleday / October 17, 2018 at 1:25 PM
The Defense Innovation Board will seek wide-ranging input in the coming months before making recommendations to Pentagon leadership on principles to guide the military's use of artificial intelligence, as employees at multiple technology companies remain opposed to working on AI for the Defense Department. During the panel's Oct. 10 quarterly meeting in Washington, board members approved a plan to spend the next nine months gathering feedback through a series of public meetings and expert roundtables. The goal is to produce...

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