To protect the public from the potential dangers of artificial intelligence applications, NSPE is calling for the involvement of licensed professional engineers or duly certified individuals in the AI development process. NSPE’s recommendations were submitted to the National Institute of Standards and Technology in response to NIST’s request for input on an artificial intelligence risk management framework. “This individual would be responsible for making decisions related to protecting the public, including those who would use or potentially be affected by an AI application,” wrote NSPE President Rick Guerra, P.E., F.NSPE. “Oversight responsibility should include having the authority to approve or rejected the process, methodology, or other characteristics of the specific AI project. Having a credentialed individual to ensure these considerations are made can reduce risk that an artificial intelligence application will fail.” Read NSPE’s comments.
As AI Advances, Who’s Looking Out for the Public?
Wednesday, September 1, 2021