U.S. Launches National AI Research Resource Pilot

The U.S. National Science Foundation and collaborating government agencies have launched a National AI Research Resource (NAIRR) pilot program to provide researchers and educators with access to computing resources, data, models, software, training, and support to power AI innovation and research.


  • The NAIRR pilot aims to democratize access to critical AI research resources and infrastructure.
  • It brings together 10 U.S. government agencies, 25 private sector and non-profit organizations as collaborating partners.
  • The pilot will support research in safe, secure, and ethical AI as well as healthcare and sustainability challenges.
  • It provides access to advanced computing, datasets, models, software, training, and user support.
  • Focus areas include open AI research, privacy-preserving research, interoperable AI software, and education/training.
  • The launch meets the goal from the October 2023 executive order to initiate an NAIRR pilot within 90 days.
  • It will inform the design of the full-scale NAIRR to power U.S. leadership in AI research and innovation.
  • The pilot welcomes additional partners from private sector and non-profits.


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