Carol Mullins, the associate commissioner for the Office of Technology and Survey Processing for the Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, said the bureau’s effort to reduce its servers, applications and other IT components is coming to fruition over the next year.
David Bray, the Federal Communications Commission’s chief information officer, said cutting edge technology from the Internet of things to artificial intelligence is giving agencies an opportunity to rethink how they serve their customers and therefore what it means to work in the public sector.
Artificial intelligence has many definitions and even more uses, and the federal government is embracing this emerging technology. In a two-day special report, Federal News Radio looks at AI, government policies to regulate it, and how agencies are using this technology.
The Navy has just stood up a new “digital warfare” office, prompted by the notion that the service is awash in valuable, but largely untapped data in areas ranging from acquisition, maintenance and audit readiness to the ways it trains and equips its sailors.
New data, technology create an avenue for public and agencies to grow closer together
How is technology changing the way government operates? Find out when Dcode Founder & CEO Meagan Metzger, and Thresher CEO Rebecca Fair join host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk. October 17, 2017
Eric Trexler, the executive director of national security and civilian programs for McAfee, explains why machine learning is the fastest way to identify attacks and mitigate their impact.
Federal agencies are embracing the idea of artificial intelligence, and in test cases, adopting machine learning has cut down on some of the tedious aspects of working with government data.
For the DoD, AI and machine learning in the cloud have the potential to do more than just basic back-office work.
Gary Newgaard, the vice president of public sector for Pure Storage, details seven ways agencies should prepare to use artificial intelligence.