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A conference here to gather American business and military experts to discuss the coming revolution in artificial intelligence was a good Election-Day measure of the challenges ahead to maintain the U.S. competitive edge.Corporate and government leaders agree that China's rapid application of AI to business and military problems should be a "Sputnik moment" to propel change in America. America is struggling to respond to this world-changing challenge. America started with a technology lead, but U.S. efforts are dispersed and decentralized.Work argues that a good start would be an AI "training corps," a bit like the National Guard. The Pentagon would pay for advanced technical education, in exchange for two days a month of training with government systems and two weeks a year for major exercises. An awkward problem for America now is that the employees of the biggest and best AI companies seem reluctant to work with the U.S. government.
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