Elliott Yama, the chief data analyst of Apttus, describes four procurement areas where AI and automation technologies can help.
What is artificial intelligence (AI) and how has it evolved? What challenges does AI present to society and government? Join us as we explore these questions and more with Prof. James Hendler, Director of the Institute for Data Exploration and Applications at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and co-author of Social Machines: The Coming Collision of Artificial Intelligence, Social Networking, and Humanity.
As the federal government looks to modernize the way it buys things, making the process faster and cost-effective, the General Services Administration is looking at ways to automate aspects of the automation process.
Artificial intelligence will change how citizens and government interact, and how government employees interact with their own agencies.
Govini's CEO says countries, like China, are spending big on the race for artificial intelligence to improve their forward mission.
The Defense Department is working to wrangle artificial intelligence projects across 40 different DoD organizations into a coherent S&T investment strategy.
The head of the intelligence community's advanced research agency is looking at new encryption standards that can withstand future breakthroughs in quantum computing.
For all the talk in government about artificial intelligence, many of the AI tools in use by federal agencies today carry out a modest set of responsibilities.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Special Counsel updates its its guidance regarding when federal employees' use of social media violates the Hatch Act.
It's tax season, but the tax code is basically beyond human comprehension. Accenture's David Regan asks, could artificial intelligence help?
The head of DARPA pushed back on concerns that countries like Russia or China could soon outpace the U.S. on artificial intelligence developments.
Gary Newgaard, the vice president of public sector for Pure Storage, details seven ways agencies should prepare to use artificial intelligence.
Promoters of AI — the concept of which dates back 50 years — said it can reduce headcount, cut waste and fraud while digitizing customer service.
The Department of Health and Human Services is reforming around six strategic shifts and 10 initiatives led by a career employee.