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  • Artificial Intelligence Interagency Working Group

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) R&D advances the ability of computer systems to perform tasks that have traditionally required human intelligence; this includes R&D in machine learning (ML), computer vision, natural language processing/understanding, intelligent decision support systems, and autonomous systems, as well as the novel application of these techniques to various domains.

    Artificial Intelligence Interagency Working Group

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Artificial Intelligence
Interagency Working Group


Artificial Intelligence (AI) R&D advances the ability of computer systems to perform tasks that have traditionally required human intelligence; this includes R&D in machine learning (ML), computer vision, natural language processing/understanding, intelligent decision support systems, and autonomous systems, as well as the novel application of these techniques to various domains.




Overview

The Artificial Intelligence Interagency Working Group (AI IWG) was formed in 2018 to coordinate Federal AI R&D across 32 participating agencies and to support activities tasked by both the NSTC Select Committee on AI and the Subcommittee on Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (MLAI). Guided by the eight strategic priorities of the National AI R&D Strategic Plan: 2019 Update the IWG gathers information from AI experts to ensure that government investment in AI R&D results in innovative applications to address the Nation’s challenges, advantage its opportunities, and promote U.S. leadership and global competitiveness. Details of many recent and ongoing Federal AI R&D programs and applications are available in the 2016-2019 AI R&D Progress Report.

Strategic Priorities

Co-Chairs

Jeff Alstott, Ph.D.

Jeff Alstott, Ph.D.
Program Manager
Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity
Office of the Director of National Intelligence

Henry Kautz, Ph.D.

Henry Kautz, Ph.D.
Division Director
Division of Information and Intelligent Systems (CISE/IIS)
National Science Foundation

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