“The General Services Administration wants to shorten the time it takes to review end-user license agreements (EULAs) through an artificial intelligence and machine learning challenge begun Monday.”
“GSA is offering $2,500 cash prizes to three teams that develop the best AI or ML solution to review EULAs for terms and conditions that might be unacceptable to the government. One of those teams will be selected for an additional $12,500 cash prize.”
“GSA contracting officers typically take one to two weeks to review EULAs, which detail how software or services may legally be used, and ensure terms and conditions are amenable to government.”
“The manual process is mandatory prior to awarding or modifying contracts. But AI or ML solutions could be used to automate document review and flag problematic language in need of removal…” Read the full article here.
Source: GSA challenges developers to speed up end-user license agreement reviews – By Dave Nyczepir, July 6, 2020. FedScoop.