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Key to AI development is investing in the right things, former IARPA director says


June 27, 2019

“Our ability to attract and retain the world’s best and brightest computer scientists and electrical engineers is something we have greatly benefited from,” said Jason Matheny, Director of CSET, as well as “our ability to maintain friendships with other countries.”

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