OTTAWA — The federal government’s rules for its own use of artificial intelligence and algorithmic tools aren’t broad enough and risk undermining public trust in the government’s ability to regulate and apply AI, internal reviewers warn in an unpublished report on its “directive on automated decision-making.”
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