Artificial Intelligence (AI) and deeply coupled technologies including Machine Learning (ML), Deep Learning (DL), and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) will foundationally transform almost every aspect of our lives over the next 5 years. The U.S. is in significant danger of falling behind in terms of focus in this area, as evidenced by the recent Executive Order on this topic. The bipartisan effort behind it requires agencies to develop plans to set up internal efforts to keep the U.S. ahead of our international competitors. In the last available reporting period, U.S. federal spending on Research & Development (R&D) in this vital area grew by 40% to $116B last year. While that is a large number, evidence indicates that competitive nations are investing even more heavily. GAI believes that simply investing dollars without results is not the solution.
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In an emergency, first responders can experience information overload. A new pilot project testing a voice-activated, human-like reasoning system, powered by artificial intelligence, aims to help. By enhancing situational awareness and sorting through mountains of data in mere seconds, the system will help first responders manage their critical workloads, aiding the responders in what they are most focused on — saving and protecting lives.
Today’s advancements in artificial intelligence are well known. AI has begun to seep into our everyday activities from how we commute to how we shop to how we watch television. But for government, the evolution of AI and the potential it provides hasn’t yet come to fruition.
Interview with Cameron Chehreh, Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Dell Technologies Federal and Dr. Jean Vettel, Senior Science…
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