The president-elect has proposed innovation funding of $300 billion over four years, in part to remain competitive with China.
The White House announced the creation of AI and quantum research institutes funded by billions in venture and taxpayer dollars.
The bipartisan bill, expected to be signed by President Trump, will push more government resources into developing quantum computing.
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The Energy Department, NSF and NIST will work together to promote the radical technology, with additional backing from the White House.
The U.S. Department of Energy is looking for experts who can guide the White House and federal agencies through the weird ins and outs of quantum information science.
The Trump administration has proposed a spending increase of about 30% in the 2021 nondefense budget for artificial intelligence and quantum information science.
The technologies are expected to become an important part of national security, and some worry the United States is behind China in their development.
Jan. 29, 2019 -- A new research collaboration between the Enabling Practical-Scale Quantum Computing (EPiQC) project led by the University of Chicago and
The White House announced a $1-billion pledge Wednesday for funding artificial intelligence and quantum research institutes. The money is intended to be used to establish 12...
Quantum computing has the potential to bring tremendous advancements to science, including biology, chemistry, physics, and many other disciplines. The practical application will empower a ...
The White House today detailed the establishment of 12 new research institutes focused on AI and quantum information science. Agencies including the National Science Foundation (NSF), U.S. ...
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One of Germany’s foremost scientific research centers, Jülich Forschungszentrum, will receive a €36-million infusion of government funding to advance
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