NOAA Reveals Agency-Wide AI Strategy
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration unveiled Tuesday its artificial intelligence strategy, which aims to coordinate efforts to use AI technologies across the agency.
The agency said it is increasing institutional support to lower the cost of AI-related data processing and provide higher quality and more timely scientific products.
NOAA's AI Strategy has five main goals, which include the establishment of an efficient organizational structure and processes to advance AI across NOAA, and the advancement of AI research and innovation in support of NOAA’s mission, MeriTalk reported Wednesday.
The agency's strategy also aims to accelerate the transition of AI research to applications, strengthen and expand AI partnerships, and promote AI proficiency in the workforce.
According to NOAA, the strategy will accelerate the agency’s priority to regain world leadership in global weather modeling.
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