“NIST plans to refine its approach to the current and future states of artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), IoT in manufacturing, quantum computing, blockchain, new and advanced materials, unmanned delivery services, and 3D printing based on responses.
The American Competitiveness of a More Productive Emerging Tech Economy (COMPETE) Act of 2020 called for NIST to complete a ‘Study to Advance a More Productive Tech Economy,’ which the agency plans to deliver by the end of 2022 based on responses to the request for information (RFI)…”
“Regarding technology development, NIST seeks information on the federal agencies with jurisdiction over each area and the industries they work with, as well as how they can expand economic opportunities and adoption. NIST also wants to know of existing standards and legislation, how they help or harm technology maturation, what new standards and legislation are needed, and how public-private partnerships can help…”
“The deadline for responding to the RFI is 5 p.m. EST on January 31, 2022…” Read the full article here.
Source: NIST seeks evidence on economic impact of 8 emerging technologies – By Dave Nyczepir, November 23, 2021. FedScoop.