Officials from more than 40 companies, including Alphabet Inc., Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Boeing Co., and CVS Health Corp., are scheduled to attend a meeting at the White House Thursday to raise artificial intelligence amid growing concerns Discussing Jobs and the Influence of China
More than 100 business executives – in sectors such as energy, manufacturing, healthcare, technology and financial services – will meet in Washington for a summit to address issues around AI including support to national ones Research and Development, Supporting the American Workforce in the AI, and Removing Barriers to AI Innovation in the US
Efforts to combat artificial intelligence come at a time when the American technology sector is already facing threats regulation in the US General as well as specific AI worries about work Loss losses, the possibility of bias in AI and fierce competition with Chi na in the field. The Chinese government has made AI a national priority, and many local companies are using machine learning systems to update banking services, spot crowds, and control drones.
The US wants to make sure it does not lose a home advantage
"As a world leader in AI development, the United States plays a unique role in promoting AI among industry and the general public," states a draft for the program of the White House. Attendees will discuss "Guidelines for fully realizing the promise of the AI for the American people," according to a White House agenda.
Other companies sending representatives are Citigroup Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., MasterCard Inc., Microsoft Corp., Oracle Corp., Amazon.com Inc., Facebook Inc., Pfizer Inc., Ford Motor Inc. and Walmart Inc. Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel Corp., and CVS CEO Larry Merlo are
Yet, many in the industry believe that both regulation and regulation Legislation of the AI years are removed.
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" Although we can not afford the AI To suppress technology by adopting laws before we understand the problems ahead, we also can not make the mistake of doing nothing now and waiting two decades to begin, "they write.
In addition to domestic considerations China's president, Xi Jinping, set up an ambitious plan to dominate the AI and overtake the US by 2030. The plan would gross output of China's KI-Ind In the next three years, we expect our industry to increase 1
William Carter, Deputy Director of Technology Policy Program at Washington's Strategic Center for Strategic Affairs The International Studies think-tank said that the White House's focus on national research and development is on "concerns about China."
"It's a priority, above all because of the money that China throws at AI," Carter said he had been discussing AI in recent weeks with the White House office hosting the conference. "DOD wants to take on much more AI, and they need to get a better foothold in the private sector."
The government has also been criticized by some of the world's leading business leaders for their policies on immigration threatening the US. 19659020] Dominance in the Sciences
The meeting represents an important step in building cooperation between government and industry in the field of artificial intelligence, said Dean Garfield, President and CEO of the Information Technology Industry Council, a trade group that includes several ( 19659003) "The tech sector is committed to ensuring that all Americans benefit from this transformative technology that can save lives, improve harvest, change education, and much more," Garfield said in a statement. "In order to maintain America's leadership in AI, the administration should continue to invest in research and development and drive programs that will equip the workforce with the skills of the future."
In October, the group published a wide range of  principles on how public policy around artificial intelligence should be developed, a year after Google, Apple, IBM, Facebook, Amazon.com Inc. and Microsoft Partnership for Artificial Intelligence founded to conduct research and make recommendations on the safety, transparency, equity and effectiveness of artificial intelligence
– With the support of Naomi Nix, Toluse Olorunnipa and Keith Naughton