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USA And EU Advance AI Research In Critical Global Needs In New Administrative Agreement

Yesterday, the Whitehouse announced that the USA and the EU (European Union) signed an administrative agreement to bring AI experts together to advance AI research as prior outlined in the U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council (TTC) commitment.

This effort will further drive responsible advancements in AI to advance global complex challenges and develop a joint integrated research approach to achieve benefits in key research domains: extreme weather and climate forecasting, emergency response management, health and medicine, electric grid optimization, and agriculture optimization.

This strategic partnering announcement between the USA and the EU further aligns on the USA Declaration for the Future of the Internet (DFI) to create a more open and secure internet and digital technologies around the world to have free access to all global citizens.

This is a very positive collaboration initiative that will further advance innovation in helping to solve some of the world’s most complex problems. The emphasis that this agreement placed on building more responsible AI is also a key signal that in 2023 we will finally start to see formalized laws passed to further protect the privacy of citizens, and ensure that AI practices are sound and data bias is not a risk to the predictions that these powerful AI models can produce.

The auditors, like Deloitte, EY, KPMG, must be so excited about the industry legal positioning that will soon advance legal legislation to ensure there are more audit controls on AI software development practices and a boom will unfold for AI/ML Ops software, like: MetaFlow, TensorFlow TFX, ML Flow, CometML to name a few good ones. Expect more regulation of AI in 2023 the USA, and Europe and Canada in 2023 and in other democratic countries.

To read more about responsible AI and status of our global legal developments, read one of my recent getting responsible AI right articles here.

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