(by Alexandra Kelly | NextGov) – The Department of Homeland Security is looking for feedback on new applications of artificial intelligence and facial recognition that the American public could encounter. Kathleen Deloughery, a DHS Science and Technology Directorate program manager, told Nextgov that an Information Collection Request issued last week is part of a larger portfolio to gauge technology acceptance and adoption within national security. “In order to ensure that you have a successful technology deployment, you have to understand the public’s perception of the risks and benefits of the new technology, especially in a setting where the public is interacting with the technology,” she […]

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