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.
As public sector organizations modernize, leadership ensures sophisticated IT enterprises facilitate data sharing that advances their core missions.
AI will be a critical component of JADC2, AI leaders said at the NDIA's JADC2 Symposium this week.
The Food and Nutrition Service is focusing on data before it scales AI and ML capabilities.
Critics worry AI will exacerbate disparities, but some federal AI officials believe the technology can identify biases and promote equity and fairness.
The National AI Research Resource task force is developing a roadmap to expand cyber infrastructure for AI R&D.
Refining and reviewing data models is essential for impactful application of artificial intelligence.
The Air Force and the Chief Digital and AI Office laid out AI development plans.
CYBERCOM Executive Director Dave Frederick discussed his priorities and cyber concerns as the command gets more budgetary control.
As civilian and defense agencies modernize their networks and IT systems, they're interfacing with industry to harmonize best cyber practices
Top SOCOM AI and data leaders discuss the importance of data management for AI excellence in an interview and at the DOD Digital & AI Symposium.
Army CIO Dr. Raj Iyer said the department is 'at an inflection point' for IT modernization to meet future threats.
User analytics and AI help Kessel Run improve product design by quickly identifying and analyzing user behavior.
Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks discusses CDAO’s role in making data-informed decisions and using the ADA initiative to guide AI investments.
CIO John Sherman and new CDAO Craig Martell reveal priorities for the department's approach to AI.
New DOD Chief Digital and AI Officer Craig Martell said the DOD mission lured him away from Lyft and now wants to develop a culture that appeals to new AI talent as well.
It's critical to identify business use cases, sharpen data quality and governance, and work with end users to help improve AI adoption.
The Army's digital transformation relies on its ability to share data rapidly and securely while iterating on new technologies for a military environment.