Grant funders, publishers, journals, and professional societies are starting to develop policies regarding the appropriate use of AI and machine learning. This is an emerging topic, and it’s important to be familiar with the strengths and limitations of these tools.
While there are a growing number of funding opportunities and interest in publishing research on AI, carefully check for any policies that might affect your expected uses and reach out to funders and publishers as needed.
The U-M Generative Artificial Intelligence Advisory (GAIA) Committee published a report with guidance on these topics.
Whether you’re looking for internal funding for a pilot or feasibility study, or just need recommendations on external funding resources like federal agencies or industry — start your funding search here! Search funding databases, set up email alerts to stay informed of new opportunities, and focus your search with these easy to use Find Funding Tools.
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