In a post for FedScoop, Intel Associate General Counsel and Global Privacy Officer David Hoffman, CIPP/US, explains why the U.S. needs to adopt a national strategy for artificial intelligence. Hoffman cites a PwC study that states AI can increase gross domestic product in the U.S. by $3.7 trillion by 2030. While Hoffman praises efforts such as the executive order signed by President Trump, a strong national strategy would address four key components: the sensible liberation of data, the creation of a supportive legal and policy environment, investments in a workforce that better understands AI, and an emphasis on AI innovation across industries and government. "It’s time for a U.S. national AI strategy," Hoffman writes. "A shared effort from government and industry stakeholders will put wind in our sails, and help the U.S. reap the benefits of AI for years to come."
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