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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.
Two Defense Innovation Board studies aim to shed light on overcoming some of DOD's biggest challenges to modernization.
Agencies will see more benefits as well as challenges with the adoption of AI into 2024 and beyond.
Zero trust, AI and hybrid cloud were on the minds of defense tech leaders this year.
The agency is working with industry, local agencies and other federal agencies to use emerging tech to better protect networks and systems.
Andrew Hong shares how the organization is thinking about key cybersecurity technologies for priorities in the Indo-Pacific region.
Health agencies are tasked with implementing the Biden plan to responsibly use AI. Do health leaders think it will work?
The AI tech chief outlines new adoption strategy that prioritizes quality data.
The White House executive order develops standards for safety as the need for AI innovation grows.
A new executive order tasks agencies with creating standards for secure AI and developing 'game-changing cyber protections.'
VA and GSA are adapting their operations to tackle the new responsibilities
The institute sees the emerging technology supporting treatment for patients by better controlling tumor growth.
A new bill can help the industry and public grapple with integration of the technology ethically.
NCATS is preparing to roll out its latest plan to leverage emerging technologies, tackle translational barriers and encourage feedback from constituents.
Analysts say the next phase of digital transformation will incorporate mission-focused and empathetic design in the age of AI.
AI and other technologies will enable military personnel to be better warfighters.
Agencies are incorporating the technology into daily operations to improve data processing and broaden treatment options.
“We have to celebrate it, and we have to be sober about it at the same time,” Robert Silvers said.
Task forces and studies are part of the Defense Department’s increasing exploration of emerging technology.
Francis O'Hearn highlights key technology strategies supporting innovation in the nation's coin production.
VA’s Dr. Carolyn Clancy discussed the six key principles underscoring the VA’s use of AI in veteran’s health care.