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US Launches Task Force for AI Research Study

The Biden administration has recently launched an initiative on Thursday targeting to make more government data accessible to artificial intelligence researchers, part of a broader push to keep the United States advancing the new crucial technology.

The National Artificial Intelligence Research Resource Task Force comprises 12 members from academia, government, and industry and is led by officers from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and the National Science Foundation.

They will draft a policy for forming an AI research resource that could, in some measure, give researchers secure access to the stores that contain anonymous data about Americans, from demographics to wellbeing and driving habits and motives.They would also look forward to making the computing power available to analyze the data and allowing access to the researchers all across the country.The task Force, which Congress mandated in the National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Act of 2020, is a part of an exertion across the government to ensure that the United States remains at the frontline of technological advancements.

Lynne Parker, the assistant director of artificial intelligence at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, said that the task Force was announced on Thursday, and it would basically aim to give Congress a road map for making a common research substructure that the government could propose to the outsiders. The task Force is due to be issuing the reports in May and November of next year.

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