Artificial intelligence in all its forms can enable powerful public sector innovations in areas as diverse as national security, food safety, and health care—but agencies should have a holistic AI strategy in place.
The growing toolkit of artificial intelligence—from computer vision to machine learning—has the potential to enhance almost everything government does, spanning education, health care, and defense.
Government agencies are awash in unstructured and difficult to interpret data.
Advances in predictive analytics allow more governments to work toward preempting problems.
As various government agencies prepare to deploy artificial intelligence, a six-pronged framework can help them assess their AI readiness.
How can government agencies better use data to improve their resource decisions?