Repurposing Manpower Through Automation

When the Biden administration launched an AI task force earlier this month to create a path to “democratize access to research tools to promote AI,” the goal of access was paramount.

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As the size of Treasury’s mission has grown exponentially, the never-ending repetitive tasks they tackle have increasingly relied on artificial intelligence and machine learning.

David Koch, DLA’s research and development chief, points to the opportunity for AI and machine learning to help improve the agency’s demand-planning process.

Artificial intelligence is a powerful technology, but it’s not a magic salve you can apply to a process to make it better. If anything, AI – and the related machine learning, robotic process automation and even data analytics technologies – requires more attention than ever to an eternal basic of information technology deployment.