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US Commerce Department assesses the US artificial intelligence sector

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Charles, J. ; IEEE Comput. Soc., Los Alamitos, CA

In August 1994, the US Commerce Department released the “Critical Technology Assessment of the US Artificial Intelligence Sector”. Written for industry executives and government policy makers, the report found that the US leads the world in nearly all aspects of AI technology but is quickly losing ground due to the slow rate of AI commercialization and drops in federal funding. Commerce's Office of Industrial Resource Administration (OIRA) compiled this enormously detailed document using the information collected from surveys sent to the public and private sectors. The report examines current research in and production and application of AI technologies in the military and the US economy. It also analyzes the economic performance and international competitiveness of private sector firms and academic institutions involved in the creation, distribution, and use of AI. The results of this report are summarized

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IEEE Expert  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 1 )