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Delivering data 'at the speed of need' requires more visibility and usability.
Thundercat Technology and NetApp go over key strategies for federal agencies looking to adopt AI.
Algorithmic development and multidisciplinary collaboration are key.
AI, data and cyber are focus areas that will secure HHS IT and prevent fraud, waste and abuse of funds.
The project exemplifies the direction the center is taking to make AI operational across the Defense Department.
New research suggests cross-functional teams and emerging tech can improve government acquisition.
Cross-collaboration and changes to acquisition are key as priorities shift.
Data-mining techniques will allow health researchers to sharpen COVID-19 literature and clinical trial database search results.
The groundbreaking test could roll out mid-May.
AI and big data are among the tech opportunities in the agency's IT modernization.
The cloud-based bot is scalable and uses AI capabilities to aid concerned users in the midst of the pandemic.
Krista Kinnard discusses the group's guidance on AI and RPA while dispelling myths about the technology.
The agency is considering human-centered design in its solutions that cut down manual labor and time.
Data management and skilling the workforce are part of a multi-pronged approach to AI.
The agency is following DIB's recommendations for the technology.
A GAO report highlights policy areas as the FDA considers regulatory rules around the technology.
Incorporating outcome data into AI models can lead to continuous improvement.
The agency aims to explore the value of artificial intelligence in clinical applications.
The principles are the latest move in an executive branch push for AI benefitting all Americans.
Although emerging technologies can benefit the economy, experts argue for diverse solutions to protect workers.