The executive branch has significant work to do to speed and scale AI into the intelligence community (IC): it must reform budget and acquisition processes, create an IC AI risk-assessment framework to encourage reasonable and informed risk-taking, and build an IC culture that supports innovation and accepts a level of failure.
But the intelligence community's success will be hard-fought and fleeting if its congressional oversight committees do not simultaneously re-examine their supervision of the IC.
From The Cipher Brief
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