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VA and DHA heads prioritize end users throughout the research, development and collaboration going into AI.
Data analytics and artificial intelligence processes require a pragmatic, mission-focused approach to innovation.
HHS is making strides in innovating its cybersecurity posture through its approach to recurrent neural networks and beyond.
VA representatives emphasized private-public partnerships and tying research initiatives to improving business lines.
HHS hopes to change how the agency buys with technology.
The agency has outlined a dedication to fostering technical advances through a methodical approach to IT.
An upcoming tool currently in beta will streamline the processes for users filing and monitoring patent applications.
Artificial intelligence and cloud computing offer great capabilities, but the federal government needs support from industry to optimize best practices.
Federal leaders hope AI use cases will spur innovation across government.
Various agencies are finding success in early use cases for AI, machine learning and RPA.
The program's participation could signal groundbreaking research for underrepresented communities.
Emerging technologies and regional hubs are part of the solution to increase efficiencies in background investigations.
The Defense Department looks to AI for solving some of its largest problems.
National Science Foundation CIO Dorothy Aronson details her key ingredients to innovation including how to approach tech like AI.
Some programs look toward advancements that could affect other government uses of AI, including law enforcement, emergency response and medical uses.
The Department of Health and Human Services aims to transform business processes with artificial intelligence in new request for proposals.
Research and AI programs are approaching a standstill while funding for the U.S. federal government has lapsed.
Since smart assistants are proliferating, agency CIOs should take note of these skills for everyday tasks.
FDA Project Manager Roselie Bright, JHU-APL Mission Area Executive Sezin Palmer, HHS National Coordinator for Health IT Don Rucker and HHS Executive Director George Chambers spoke about the opportunities artificial intelligence offers government agencies.
Working together to develop the technology also means paying heed to the ethics involved.