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.
Information-sharing and analysis of large quantities of public health and health care data has been vital for informing the federal programs used to contain the pandemic.
The military branches are coming together to make artificial intelligence capacities to support decision-making a reality.
A Presidential Innovation Fellow is helping the agency improve workflows and ultimately ensure safety of the drugs and treatments it regulates.
The agency’s investment in IT modernization has allowed the agency to provide critical services more effectively and to a broader range of veterans.
The federal community has gleaned similar benefits from automated functions.
New cloud efforts will enable unified but distinct military operations in joint domain operations.
The agency is endeavoring to guide its artificial intelligence capacities through a foundational integration of AI ethics principles.
The plan looks to leverage data science and improve health for gender and ethnic minorities.
Artificial intelligence has many promises for efficiency and untapped potential of data, but making it fair and equitable is still a federal challenge.
HHS CAIO Oki Mek said the agency's AI playbook aims to help overcome common challenges around AI adoption.
VA is leading collaborative tech sprints in partnership with academia and the private sector to innovate new uses of artificial intelligence for healthcare and diagnostics.
Women are shaping AI advancement in federal IT and helping to remove biases in data sets.
The agency is aiming to apply the technology to innovate its data approaches for better health outcomes to veterans' most pressing issues.
Amid shifts in demands and increased digitalization, the IRS' procurement chief is overhauling the agency's acquisition culture.
The HSI Tip Line plays an important role in ICE investigations, but has relied on outdated IT infrastructure and manual processes.
The implementation of RPA capacities across federal agencies are streamlining repetitive tasks and overall expediting the delivery of key services.
Data sharing and interoperability are key for data quality and governance.
The agency has encouraged cross-departmental collaboration and adoption of best practices to combat misuse of benefits.
Data readiness and cultural change are key to a successful AI program.