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NIST's Romine cites need for guidance on artificial intelligence security, interoperability

January 24, 2020 |
Rick Weber

National Institute of Standards and Technology IT laboratory Director Charles Romine says the agency will be developing guidance on the security and interoperability of emerging artificial intelligence technologies, as part of its broader role within the Trump administration on the federal government's use of AI which includes both defending against cyber attacks and enhancing cyber offensive capabilities.

“I think there's general agreement that guidance will be needed for interoperability, security, reliability, robustness, these characteristics that we want AI systems to...

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