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12 February 2019, 08:24 | Casey Mitchell
Trump to sign executive order launching artificial intelligence initiative
The aim of the new initiative is to boost AI development and funding in the US and also to ensure that America is a leader when it comes to helping shape global artificial intelligence policies.
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order directing federal agencies to prioritize research and development in artificial intelligence.
As The New York Timesreported on Monday, "the order does not set aside funds for A.I. research and development, and the administration provided few details on how it will put its new policies into effect".
This technology-promoting initiative calls for protecting the advantage of the United States in AI "against strategic competitors and foreign adversaries", but without specifying its competitors or adversaries.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Monday directing the US government to prioritize artificial intelligence in its research and development spending, the White House said. The administration says it's up to Congress to appropriate money.
Though there's no specific budget behind the "American Artificial Intelligence Initiative", the president wants government agencies to invest in research, promotion, and training to help workers prepare for the era of AI.
The plan, called the American AI Initiative, is meant to enhance national and economic security and improve Americans' quality of life. AI researchers will need to have computer models, computing resources, and federal data to kickstart projects.
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