“Spending on non-defense and non-classified artificial intelligence research and development has hovered at around $1 billion, but the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy wants more to be done to support public-private partnerships, Director Kelvin Droegemeier said Wednesday.”
“President Trump signed an executive order to spur AI research in February.”
“Beyond just government research, Droegemeier wants to see more use of AI and machine learning to help the government serve citizens. For instance, to help veterans separating from service, advanced data analytics can be used…” Read the full article here.
Source: AI needs more public-private partnerships, says OSTP’s Droegemeier – By Jackson Barnett, July 25, 2019. FedScoop.