Dave York, the senior vice president of U.S. public sector for Genesys, said agencies can use RPA, AI and intelligent automation to continue and accelerate their digital transformations and improve citizen services.
With the massive explosion of data being collected, stored, analyzed and put to use in the federal community, the capacity for humans to operate at such a scale is beginning to fall behind. So agencies are looking to technology to pick up the slack.
When it comes to data, it’s easy for federal managers to get caught up in the hype and put the cart before the horse.
Anthony Robbins, federal vice president at NVIDIA, discusses the leaps and bounds artificial intelligence is making and the ways it can improve both government operation and the private sector.
Sharon Hays, senior fellow at LMI, discusses the ways that government contractors are pushing tech innovation with the help of the federal government.
Nick Weir, challenge manager for SpaceNet at In-Q-Tel’s CosmiQ Works lab, discusses how his project crowdsources AI solutions for government applications.
How and in what areas is AI being adopted in the national security space? What is an AI ecosystem? How can government and the military enhance their AI ecosystems?
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has just over two months to submit a plan for artificial intelligence technical standards, and a lot needs to be considered.
Stephen Buko, founder and CEO at Kerb, discusses his company’s AI-based solution to find out if passerby are actually looking at the outdoor ads that companies spend billions on every year.
Buzz about artificial intelligence has led to increased spending and put several Trump administration directives in motion, but only a handful of agencies have gotten into the early stages of AI adoption.