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Feb 12, 2019
8:16AM

US President signs executive order to prioritize research & development in Artificial Intelligence

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US President Donald Trump has signed an executive order directing federal agencies to prioritize research and development in Artificial Intelligence (AI). The plan, called the American AI Initiative, follows big investment pledges from China and other countries intended to advance and apply AI technology in fields ranging from warfighting to health care. The order directs federal agencies to make government data and computing resources more available to AI experts while maintaining security and confidentiality. The order also calls on agencies to protect civil liberties, privacy and American values in applying AI technologies, and to help workers gain relevant skills through fellowships, apprenticeships, training programs and computer science education.

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