HHS Uses Artificial Intelligence In Bid To Scrub 185,000 Pages Of Regs

By Dorothy Mills-Gregg / November 17, 2020 at 7:39 PM
HHS unveiled a proposed rule Tuesday (Nov. 17) that aims to clean up 185,000 pages of regulatory code by removing outdated regulations, correcting nearly 100 citations, axing erroneous language, and fixing misspellings and typographical errors after the department used artificial intelligence and natural language processing to discover the inconsistencies. The Trump administration said the precedent-setting AI process will lay the foundation for future regulatory reforms. “As part of our commitment to reforming regulations and modernizing government, this new effort will...

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