US Homeland Security Department reveals new AI guardrails as it deploys technology across agency

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By Alexandra Alper and Christopher Bing WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Department of Homeland Security on Thursday plans to announce new limits on its use of artificial intelligence even as it highlights the agency’s success using the technology to aid in drug busts and catch criminals. “We must…ensure that our use of AI is responsible and trustworthy, that it is rigorously tested to be effective, that it safeguards privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties while avoiding inappropriate biases, and…that it is transparent and explainable to those whom we serve,” DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas…

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