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Please Stop Calling Artificial Intelligence Research an ‘Arms Race’

By Justin Sherman We see the phrase everywhere — the United States and China are in an artificial intelligence “arms race.” It manifests in op-eds, news articles and television...

Feds Investing $1B to Fund 12 New AI Institutes 

By AI Trends Staff   The federal government is increasing its investment in AI research, with the announcement on August 26 of over $1 billion of...

Federal Government Moving to Implement AI More Widely

By AI Trends Staff The VA is planning to expand its use of AI; the IRS is moving to employ more AI for help with...

Use of AI in Government Still Lags

Adoption of AI and automated software tools has been sluggish, especially by the US government, according to a report from SearchEnterpriseAI, based on a...

Here’s What China Can Teach the US About AI

By Kai-Fu Lee, CEO of Sinovation Ventures and the author of the forthcoming book “A.I. Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order,”...

Executive Branch Initiatives Mask Unfunded Government AI Mandate

By Jim Walker The federal government is often accused of not being able to keep policy aligned as new technologies emerge. Over the past two...

OECD Releases Guidelines for Development of Trustworthy AI, Joining the Pack

Australia is among 42 countries that in late May signed up to a new set of policy guidelines for the development of artificial intelligence...

AI Index 2018: The AI Boom is Worldwide and Accelerating

The rate of progress in the field of artificial intelligence is one of the most hotly contested aspects of the ongoing boom in teaching...

Impact of AI on the Security Dilemma Between the US and China

Recent breakthroughs in machine learning and artificial intelligence (A.I.) have prompted breathless speculation about their national security applications. Yet most of that work has...

Race to Develop AI is One Between Chinese Authoritarianism and US Democracy

By Thomas C. Linn, a U.S. Naval War College professor, a U.S. Army War College instructor “In two years, China will be ahead of the United...




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