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The United States has announced the creation of the U.S. AI Safety Institute Consortium (AISIC), which aims to bring together over 200 companies and organizations involved in the development of advanced AI systems. This announcement comes shortly after the appointment of Elizabeth Kelly as the first Director of the U.S. Artificial Intelligence Safety Institute. The United States Patent and Trademark Office can provide valuable insights into the impact of AI on the economy by examining trademark registrations for AI-related products.
The Trademark Office can show what is happening and what is projected to happen in the stream of commerce.
One approach to monitoring AI's impact on the economy is to look at the records of the Patent and Trademark Office, which can provide data on trademark registrations for AI-related products. This can help gauge the level of activity and interest in different AI services such as speech recognition, natural language processing, banking, weather forecasting, etc. By analyzing trademark registrations, the AI community can gain a better understanding of the current and future trends in AI adoption across various industries.
What indicators might help keep a finger on the pulse of AI within the economy? One approach might be to start with another branch of the Commerce Department - the United States Patent and Trademark Office.