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US Senators Propose $32 Billion in Annual AI Spending, but Critics Remain Unconvinced

Senate leader, Chuck Schumer, and three colleagues want the US government to spend at least $32 billion annually by 2026 for non-defense related AI systems.  This includes spending on ...Full Article

US Lawmakers Call for AI Oversight in Medicare Coverage

WASHINGTON, June 26, 2024 -- Reps. Jerrold Nadler (NY-12), Judy Chu (CA-28), and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (MA) led 45 House Members and 4 Senators in a bicameral, bipartisan letter this ...Full Article

AI Emerges as US Priority in Budget Talks

Among a lengthy list of U.S. technology initiatives included in pending budget legislation is a proposed National Artificial Intelligence Initiative that would be managed across several science agencies. The ...Full Article

U.S. AI Corps Seeks to Keep Pace with China

A proposed U.S. Digital Service Academy would create an AI software repository to support R&D while training the next generation of AI developers. According to recommendations released this week ...Full Article

Chip Proposals Seek to Revive U.S. Manufacturing

Legislation introduced in the U.S. House and Senate seeks to revive the U.S. semiconductor industry via a roughly $12 billion spending package and tax incentives designed to promote technology ...Full Article

U.S. Moves to Get AI House in Order

An AI advisory body established by the U.S. Congress will examine how the technology can be applied on the battlefield. The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence was established ...Full Article
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