SVLG CEO Ahmad Thomas today applauded the White House, which today announced plans to invest over $5 billion in semiconductor-related research, development, and workforce needs, to advance President Biden’s goals of driving R&D in the United States through the CHIPS for America program. Thomas noted that California remains well-positioned to offer the highest return on investment for these federal funds.
When Governor Newsom introduced his Executive Order on generative AI last summer, he highlighted California’s leadership in all things artificial intelligence. The Order noted that the Golden State is home to 35 of the world’s 50 largest AI companies, while San Francisco and San José produce a quarter of all AI patents, conference papers, and global AI companies.
Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG) today announced a robust series of 2024 education and advocacy-focused initiatives designed to advance the responsible deployment of AI, led by SVLG’s Institute for California AI Policy (I-CAP).
Governor Newsom put forward a budget proposal that I believe is carefully crafted to close the $37.9 billion deficit while continuing to fund California’s top priorities, from addressing climate change to encouraging innovation and supporting public safety.
California is the epicenter of the artificial intelligence (AI) revolution. Our state – which is home to 35 of the world’s top 50 AI companies in the world – is at the forefront of leveraging AI’s potential for societal benefit across government, technology, healthcare, transportation, and more.
Leading a coalition of California business associations, the Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG) today urged the Biden Administration to headquarter the new National Semiconductor Technology Center in California and invest in the state’s semiconductor R&D and workforce development.
Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG) – the leading business association representing the innovation economy and its ecosystem – today welcomed world leaders from the 21-member Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation group to San Francisco and the Bay Area for the annual summit promoting trade, investment, and economic development.
The Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG) – the leading business association representing the innovation economy and its ecosystem – today released a new framework for the responsible use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) aimed at promoting trust in the transformative AI models and systems that have the potential to benefit people everywhere.
SVLG CEO Ahmad Thomas today issued a statement welcoming the White House executive order on artificial intelligence (AI), which takes meaningful steps toward putting the private sector and the public sector on a path toward wide-scale responsible AI development, deployment, implementation, and adoption.
Last week, the Silicon Valley Leadership Group hosted our inaugural retreat to showcase the latest innovations in artificial intelligence (AI), advanced manufacturing, healthcare, financial services, and more.
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