The White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) said federal agencies will use AI to do away with outdated, outdated, and inconsistent requirements across dozens of pages of government regulations, as a 2019 pilot project used machine learning algorithms and natural language processing at the Department of Health and Human Services.
According to Indias TOI website, the beta test found hundreds of technical errors and outdated requirements in the agency’s rulebooks, including requests to fax materials, and OMB said all federal agencies are being encouraged to update regulations using artificial intelligence and many agencies have already agreed to to do that.
Over the past four years, the government has published about 185,000 pages annually in Federal Regulations, and the director of the White House OMB office, Russell Vogt, said the AI efforts would help agencies “modernize a regulatory law marked by decades of neglect and lack of reform.”
The White House said that the agencies under this initiative will use artificial intelligence technology and other software “to comb through thousands and thousands of pages of regulatory code to search for places where the code can be updated and to reconcile and eliminate technical errors in general”. Participating parties include the Department of Transportation, the Ministry of Agriculture, The Department of Labor and the Department of the Interior, the General Services Department will help agencies identify technology partners and facilitate contracts, and the Trump administration has made deregulation a key priority, while critics say the administration has failed to ensure adequate regulatory safeguards.
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