White House develops new priorities for artificial intelligence spending
February 7, 2020 11:24 am
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You can hardly swing a cat at L’Enfant Plaza or the Pentagon metro without hitting somebody talking about artificial intelligence. Everyone seems to know it’s important and that the government needs more research. Well now there’s a White House AI strategy. Lynne Parker, deputy U.S. chief technology officer and assistant director for Artificial Intelligence at the Office of Science and Technology Policy, spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin to provide a picture of the research spending plans and priorities for artificial intelligence.