AI Literacy Act to Prepare Future Workforce


The AI Literacy Act is a significant legislative proposal introduced in Congress with bipartisan support. Its central objective is to enhance AI skills and workforce readiness to prepare the country for the future of work. The act seeks to provide AI literacy and training programs emphasizing ethical considerations and ensure learners develop the necessary competencies to work with artificial intelligence. Additionally, the legislation aims to expand grant eligibility to K-12 schools, colleges, and nonprofit organizations, enabling them to access funding to support AI education and training initiatives. By doing so, the act would promote greater access to AI skills and knowledge across different sectors of society, thereby enhancing the nation’s human capital and competitiveness in the global economy. As such, the Intelligence Literacy Act represents a critical step towards building a more resilient, equitable, and inclusive society that can thrive in the age of AI.

Read more about the Bill to amend the Digital Equity Act of 2021 to facilitate artificial intelligence literacy opportunities and for other purposes here.




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