Georgia Tech is developing plans with partners across the state to build the Georgia Artificial Intelligence Manufacturing Corridor (GA-AIM). This project aims to build and bolster Georgia’s economy by filling existing technology gaps, building a technological opportunity framework that includes underrepresented communities and rural Georgia counties, and better securing the state’s manufacturing infrastructure. After getting a grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) to build these plans Tech and our partners are hoping to receive upwards of $100 million to turn the plans into action.


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