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Lawyers say NIST’s revised data standards should be central to AI policy under Trump order

By Rick Weber / June 13, 2019

The American Bar Association says standards being revised by the National Institute of Standards and Technology on data privacy and security for federal systems, which are expected to be issued as final this summer, should be central to any new NIST plan for addressing artificial intelligence under a Trump order.

“Technical standards and guidelines establish and advance the trustworthy aspects of AI technologies (e.g., accuracy, transparency, security, privacy, and robustness),” according to ABA comments submitted to NIST on June...

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