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Pat Flanders discusses the work DHA is doing behind its electronic health record system and the areas of improvements in recent years.
The executive order will guide U.S. development in artificial intelligence, plus other news.
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.
NGA Automation Lead Todd Myers, Cloudera Chief Strategy Officer Mike Olson and Defense Innovation Unit Director of Strategic Engagement Mike Madsen speak about the challenges AI presents national security agencies.
Jamie Milne, Big Data Engagement Manager, World Wide Technology discusses the AI project WWT did with NASCAR.
Dr. Morten Middelfart, Chief Data Scientist, Lumina Analytics, spoke about their Mission LISA project and work in national security.
Dr. Alexander Kott, Chief Scientist at the Army Research Laboratory, discusses the investments the Army is making in AI and machine-learning research.
GovernmentCIO Media President Hoffman welcomes attendees to the CXO Tech Forum: AI and Big Data in Government.
Alastair Thomson, CIO, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
How data management and AI can help agencies attack diseases and identify terrorists.
"If a large company comes and tells me they can solve all my problems, I think they can solve none."
Three pilots are in the works to address some of these challenges.
Most survey respondents say yes, though millennials and women express more qualms.
The big advantage to the system, researchers say, is speed.
In this area, machines just might be able to do better than humans.
Addressing them will take more than just one approach.
Agencies can take similar steps as industry to truly benefit from AI.
We spotlight the change agents and what it takes to drive transformation in government.