Artificial Intelligence Systems Will Need to Have Certification, CISA Official Says

NextGov: Vendors of artificial intelligence technology should not be shielded by intellectual property claims and will have to disclose elements of their designs and be able to explain how their offering works in order to establish accountability, according to a leading official from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.

“I don’t know how you can have a black-box algorithm that’s proprietary and then be able to deploy it and be able to go off and explain what’s going on,” said Martin Stanley, a senior technical advisor who leads the development of CISA’s artificial intelligence strategy.

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