The US government has been funding AI for 50 years, and just came up with a plan for its future

While the future of artificial intelligence is probably going to be driven by Silicon Valley, the folks in Washington, DC want their say about how it will work, too. In two official reports today, the White House outlined its strategy for promoting artificial intelligence research and development in the US. While most of the bigger questions were punted to future legislators (“more research is needed” is a key phrase), the executive branch did draw some lines in the sand. And most importantly to the research community, the White House is not pushing for AI to be broadly regulated—instead, the use of the technology will be held to specific standards in the automotive, aviation, and finance industries. Three key guiding philosophies were presented across the reports, titled “Preparing for the Future…


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