Two C3.ai DTI P.I.s are part of an effort to provide resources for policymakers on AI governance.
MIT News: Providing a resource for U.S. policymakers, a committee of MIT leaders and scholars has released a set of policy briefs that outlines a framework for the governance of AI.
“The framework we put together gives a concrete way of thinking about these things,” says Asu Ozdaglar, deputy dean of academics in the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing and head of MIT’s EECS Department, who also helped oversee the effort.
Ad hoc committee members include Sendhil Mullainathan, the Roman Family University Professor of Computation and Behavioral Science at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Read the MIT News story here.
See the AI Policy Briefs here.
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