AI presents three major areas of ethical concern for society: privacy and surveillance, bias and discrimination, and perhaps the deepest, most difficult philosophical question of the era, the role of human judgment.
This is the time we need oversight committees and intuitive members to help guide the safety and oversight of these programs.
THIS VOTE CAMPAIGN WILL RAISE AWARENESS AND GET SIGNATURES TO PROMOTE TO GOVERNMENT AND NOMINATE ELON MUST ON THE COMMITTEE BOARD TO SHAPE THE REGULATIONS OF THIS FIELD.
Located in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), the National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Office (NAIIO) is legislated by the National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Act (DIVISION E, TITLE LI, SEC. 5102) to coordinate and support the National AI Initiative (NAII). The Director of the NAIIO is appointed by the Director of OSTP. The NAIIO is tasked to:
Provide technical and administrative support to the Select Committee on AI (the senior interagency committee that oversees the NAII) and the National AI Initiative Advisory Committee;
Oversee interagency coordination of the NAII;
Serve as the central point of contact for technical and programmatic information exchange on activities related to the AI Initiative across Federal departments and agencies, industry, academia, nonprofit organizations, professional societies, State and tribal governments, and others;
Conduct regular public outreach to diverse stakeholders; and
Promote access to technologies, innovations, best practices, and expertise derived from Initiative activities to agency missions and systems across the Federal government.