FY24 National Defense Authorization Act Provisions Aim to Increase Artificial Intelligence Research, Development, and Contracting Opportunities

Overview – Artificial intelligence (AI) is at the forefront of political discourse, renewing bipartisan support for the United States’ global technological edge. As Congress and the Department of Defense (DOD) seek to increase US AI capabilities, the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)—legislation authorizing policy and funding for US military operations and programs passed annually since 1961—will serve as the primary vehicle establishing national security-related AI initiatives for the…
By: K&L Gates LLP
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