GovCIO: HHS Releases Trustworthy AI Playbook, Website

“The Department of Health and Human Services has released its artificial intelligence playbook to provide high-level information about trustworthy AI and guidance for deploying AI across its typical lifecycle.”

HHS published its Trustworthy AI (TAI) Playbook, alongside the launch of its AI website, nearly a year after the agency released its AI Strategy and appointed Oki Mek as its first chief AI officer. The new playbook looks to meet requirements from OMB M-21-06 and Executive Order 13960, which call on agencies to encourage AI innovation and growth while establishing ethics and principles around the technology.”

“The playbook aims to guide HHS leadership to create policies around TAI and evaluate risks associated with AI investments, while also highlighting how program and project managers can incorporate it properly, work with teams before building AI solutions, oversee projects throughout their lifecycle and mitigate risks.”

“Rather than cementing a formal policy or standard, the playbook paints broad strokes for AI adoption to promote White House TAI principles, centralize relevant federal and non-federal resources, and set a framework for smart adoption throughout the AI lifecycle and future use…” Read the full article here.

Source: HHS Releases Trustworthy AI Playbook, Website – By Melissa Harris, January 11, 2022. GovCIO.

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