"While there is this emerging understanding of how to regulate AI in some places—like hiring, employee surveillance, and college tuition and acceptance—we need a different way of thinking through what to do in the social media space."
“There are parts that machine learning can probably help with, but fully automated interviews, where you’re making inferences about job performance—that’s terrible. Modern artificial intelligence can’t make those inferences.”
On the lack of transparency around algorithms: For companies, it’s often “an intentional move to centralize power, save them money and … deflect accountability. And as a customer, you’re losing influence, because it’s harder to interrogate the process.”
"I'm skeptical that we're going to see OMB resourced well enough to create a broad typology of trustworthy AI that is specific and meaningful to every application. By this I mean, AI systems can be incredibly diverse. It would take a lot of effort for OMB to write guidance general enough to apply to every application in government, and specific enough to be especially meaningful."