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Federal Approach to AI Infrastructure and the Workforce

Many discussions about infrastructure in federal technology center around physical infrastructure — the hardware, software and, of course, the personnel necessary to maintaining and managing all IT operations. But for artificial intelligence, discussions pivot to include more theory and soft skills. This Deep Dive features discussions from federal leaders on the backbones that make up a federal agency's approach to AI.

Download this Deep Dive to learn more about:

  • Ethical AI and the Department of Health and Human Services' new trustworthy AI framework.
  • Key steps leaders at HHS, NASA and the Defense Department are taking to implement AI.
  • How data management and interoperability enable AI to succeed.
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Chief of Data Integration, Kessel Run, U.S. Air Force
Program Director, Division of Health Informatics Technologies, NIH
Lead AI tech sprints coordinator, VA
Research Fellow, Center for Security and Emerging Technology, Georgetown University
Director, Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office, U.S. Department of Energy
Public Health Professor, Yale University; Leading Clinical Epidemiologist, VA
Chief Data & Analytics Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Chief AI Officer, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Human-Centered AI Deputy Director, Stanford University
Chief AI Officer, U.S. Navy
Co-Director, Johns Hopkins Center for Population Health IT
AI Program Director, Oak Ridge National Laboratory