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Plus: What Nvidia’s new GPUs mean for AI, the NIH announces AI grants, and NIST partners with Google to make research chips

Plus: A new at-home AI tool generates art (and concerns), and the Commerce Department releases its plan to spend $50B on U.S. chips

Plus: Russia announces two new AI offices, NIST’s new draft AI safety framework, and the White House’s chief AI advisor steps down

Plus: China’s high-end chip takes some observers by surprise, DOD officials express concerns about JADC2 implementation, and a data privacy bill gets out of committee, but will it pass?

Plus: The United States wants the Netherlands to cut off China’s chipmakers, the U.S. nuclear regulator grapples with overseeing AI, and how CERN is using ML

Plus: The UK announces a military AI strategy of its own, the Air Force plans to partner with HBCUs, emerging tech in the NDAA, and a CHIPS act update

Plus: AI-monitoring tools in the spotlight after Uvalde shooting, a blueprint for the U.S. AI research resource, and what to expect from a new DOD autonomous weapons policy

Plus: U.S. and EU leaders meet to discuss tech and trade, how ICE bought enough data to track most U.S. adults, and what the tech market downturn means for AI

Plus: Open-sourcing Twitter’s algorithms, Meta’s open 175B language model, an AI interpretability startup attracts half a billion dollars, and Project Maven gets a new home

Plus: China’s COVID lockdowns and Russian palladium — why the chip shortage could linger, the GAO critiques DOD and Navy AI plans, and some pushback to the Marine Corps’ planned transformation