Federal Artificial Intelligence News and Analysis
News and analysis covering the U.S. government’s advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotic process automation. Federal agencies continue to make remarkable strides in the implementation of automation technologies to essential services, radically improving their efficiency and quality of delivery. Additionally, agencies including the departments of Veterans Affairs and Health and Human Services have begun applying artificial intelligence to medical care and public health quandaries, making significant leaps in diagnostics, research and epidemiology.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is bolstering its managed services to support digital experiences and solutions.
Automation tools can support decision-making and should complement the workforce.
The Veterans Benefits Administration overcomes pandemic challenges with advances in GI Bill benefits, mail processing and artificial intelligence.
NASA, State Department and USPTO leadership are approaching technology with consideration of preventing a major security breach.
The Coastal Resilience Center uses modeling software to predict and evaluate hurricane landfalls and flooding hazards.
JAIC's Lt. Gen. Michael Groen aims to integrate AI applications across departments and offices.
The House Subcommittee on Research & Technology advocates for increased funding around AI, data analytics and robotics.
The intensive demands of the pandemic have encouraged knowledge sharing and formalized practices of AI for health care research.
The agency's contracting and development process reforms lead to quick turnarounds for artificial intelligence capacities for the American warfighter.
Similar to RPA, intelligent process automation enables applications for faster decision-making and processing.
The pandemic accelerated various IT modernization efforts across the agency, with a heavy emphasis on security.
Arizona State University is applying analytics and other tools to help the agency predict and respond to emergencies.
The agency's tech leads saw operational efficiencies in a reorganized IT infrastructure that is adaptable to change.