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Trumps orders government to prioritize artificial intelligence

Energy Daily Tuesday, 12 February 2019 ()
Trumps orders government to prioritize artificial intelligenceWashington (AFP) Feb 11, 2019

President Donald Trump on Monday ordered the US administration to give greater priority to artificial intelligence, a move seen as firing up a battle for leadership with China. The American AI Initiative executive order calls for the administration to "devote the full resources of the federal government" to help fuel AI innovation. "Americans have profited tremendously from being the ear
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President Donald Trump on Monday signed an executive order aimed at boosting artificial intelligence research and development in the United States. The order sets up the American AI Initiative, which instructs federal agencies to move projects involving artificial intelligence to the top of their...

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