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US DOE to fund up to $30M for AI research with cybersecurity applications

The U.S. Department of Energy said April 8 that it plans to provide up to $30 million in funding for advanced research in machine learning and artificial intelligence that can be used for cybersecurity and power grid resilience, among other processes.

The DOE's initiative includes machine learning and AI development for predictive modeling and simulation and research for "'decision support' in managing complex systems," whose applications could include complex processes where machine learning and AI can help make decisions in real time, according to a news release.

Up to $10 million will be allocated for the modeling and simulations topic, while up to $20 million will be for the decision support topic.