The American Government has now launched a new website which is dedicated to hosting the initiatives involving the ongoing efforts to build, regulate and implement the AI. The site, AI.gov, arrives in a month after the president Trump signed an executive order that shows the country policy on the AI.
This also includes the objectives as motivating and encouraging related governmental agencies to provide with a sustained investment in the industry, which reduces the barriers for the use of AI to fuel innovation and creating an action plan that will ensure the America strategic advantage against the “foreign adversaries” at the time of AI-driven technologies.
Ai.gov will be going to provide with a central location for the information about all the AI related projects which is going to occur across the various segments including regulatory handles, initiatives as well as fact sheets and resources.
Along with helping inform the public and preparing people for anticipated effects that AI will have on the American workforce and economy, the new website will now be going to aid the agencies in coordinating their research and development efforts.
Also on the list is an undetermined sum to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for “[focusing on] artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) for catalyzing advances in basic (e.g., image interpretation, neuroscience, genomic variants and disease risk, gene structure, and epigenomics) and clinical research…” Finally, an undetermined sum to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for reasons that we haven’t found mentioned.