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The National Vetting Enterprise: Artificial Intelligence and Immigration Enforcement
In May 2018, facing widespread outrage, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) backed away from a proposal for machine learning technology to monitor immigrants continuously. Instead, the department reimagined the vendor solicitation as a labor contract: Months later, in August, it awarded General Dynamics a contract valued at $113 million to carry out the Visa Lifecycle Vetting Initiative (VLVI), formally known as the Extreme Vetting Initiative. But while DHS did retract its request for machine learning technology in the face of criticism from technologists, rights organizations and members of Congress, it did not cite or acknowledge these concerns.
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