Cloud and Artificial Intelligence

“Artificial intelligence,” “machine learning” and “robotic process automation” (RPA) get thrown around synonymously, but differentiating between them is important to understanding how best to use them.

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The Navy, through its Office of Naval Research is pursuing artificial intelligence applications across a broad spectrum of the service’s responsibilities to man, train and equip, as well as warfighting, sustainment and readiness.

GAO’s chief scientist Tim Persons said the agency is building artificial intelligence and cloud services in its Innovation Lab to drive toward better analytics.

Managing artificial and machine learning application projects is in large measure a matter of managing data connected to them. Not only curating data, but also storing it and moving it around consistent with optimal availability cost control. Therefore, it’s important for agencies to spend some effort designing the infrastructures for systems hosting AI development and training data.