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To truly benefit from the technology, we need to address lingering regulatory concerns.
But it can’t be scaled without “a vote of confidence that it protects and promotes patients."
“AI will be the best or worst thing ever for humanity,” Elon Musk said last summer.
In terms of companies protecting citizen data, we have a long ways to go.
The agency's latest exoplanet-hunting satellite will use AI to ID habitable planets.
And it could mean big things for supercomputing and medical devices, among other tech.
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Machines are better at repetitive tasks, but people have an advantage when it comes to working with their hands.
Agencies should adopt AI tools during the federal IT modernization push, not after.
In this area, machines just might be able to do better than humans.
Agencies can take similar steps as industry to truly benefit from AI.
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This backlog costs government and supporting vendors millions of dollars in lost productivity and overhead costs.
Investing in an AI-human workforce could up business revenues by 38 percent.
“America does not make itself great again when it retreats from the field of R&D.”
These tools have become more common in law enforcement over the last decade.
CIOs should start small and focus on augmentation.
Sea Hunter is crewless and guided by artificial intelligence and sensor systems.
To stay on top of global AI adoption, U.S. needs to invest in research and talent.
With straight talk and finding a resolution, the stubbornness of machines gets good results.