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SEP 08, 2020 | NORTH AMERICA | US | GOVERNMENT SUBMISSION

US: FY21 NDAA Multi-association letters on AI provisions

Multiple associations urge congress to include provisions in the final FY21 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) essential to maintaining US leadership in the development of artificial intelligence (AI). Specifically, BSA supports provisions identical or sufficiently similar to Division E of H.R. 6216, the “National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Act,” and to ensure that there is a five year authorization of appropriations for the programs authorized in the legislation. Multiple associations submit letters to congress that strongly support efforts to strengthen federal investments in AI research and development, facilitate new public-private partnerships that would accelerate the development of cutting-edge AI, and provide for enhanced coordination within the federal government on AI issues.

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