The Department of Energy’s Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office is looking for potential AI research and development concepts encompassing various subject areas including sensors, supercomputers and data analytics.
DOE posted the solicitation on the beta SAM website on Wednesday in an effort to comply with the Trump administration's directive to accelerate technological innovation and “support U.S. AI leadership”.
According to the request for information, AITO seeks ideas on next-generation infrastructure, tools, architectures and approaches to help inform the development of future AI competitions.
The RFI’s scope includes algorithm development, computer vision, distributed intelligence, machine learning, adversarial AI defense and validation of trustworthy or “fail-safe” AI.
AITO encourages feedback from industry, academia and national laboratories, the notice states. Responses to the RFI are due on July 10.