Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Chuck Schumer Lawmakers react to guilty verdict in Chauvin murder trial: ‘Our work is far from done’ Overnight Health Care: Johnson & Johnson pause seen as ‘responsible’ in poll | Women turning out more than men for COVID-19 vaccines ‘Real Housewives of the GOP’ — Wannabe reality show narcissists commandeer the party MORE (D-N.Y.) led dozens of bipartisan House and Senate members on Wednesday in rolling out legislation that would invest more than $100 billion in emerging technologies in an effort to put the U.S. on a level playing field with China. The Endless Frontiers Act, first introduced last year, would establish a Technology and Innovation Directorate at the National Science Foundation, which would use $100 billion in federal funds over five years to research emerging technologies including artificial intelligence, quantum computing and semiconductors. The legislation would also appropriate $10 billion to the Department of Commerce to help support regional technology innovation throughout the nation, while a further $2.4 billion would go toward expanding and enhancing U.S. manufacturing capabilities in key technologies. ADVERTISEMENT A Supply Chain Resiliency and Crisis Response Program would be established to help the U.S. strengthen critical supply chains for emerging technologies around… Read full this story
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