White House AI council meets Monday as legislative action stalls

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By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House artificial intelligence council is meeting Monday, three months after President Joe Biden signed an executive order that aims to reduce the risks AI poses. White House Deputy Chief of Staff Bruce Reed, who will convene the council meeting Monday, said in a statement the federal government had made significant progress in the prior 90 days on AI, saying Biden’s “directive to us is move fast and fix things.” The White House said nine government agencies – including Defense, Transportation, Treasury, and Health and Human Services – submit…

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