President Trump launched his American AI Initiative which directs Federal agencies to prioritize investments in research and development of artificial intelligence. The Initiative focuses federal government resources toward developing AI technology and ensuring that the next great AI inventions are made in the U.S. Overall, the announcement mentioned five major objectives.
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The incorporation of artificial intelligence into defense strategies has already begun to transform NATO’s intelligence and surveillance capabilities, in regards to the gathering and processing of data to effectively identify targets.
In this interview with Dr. Thomas H. Killion, Chief Scientist at NATO, Dr. Killion discusses the key areas where artificial intelligence and machine learning have already begun to enhance military decision-making and accelerate the acquisition of actionable intelligence. Read the entire interview to hear his thoughts on:
- How the synchronization of science technology with defense capability has shaped NATO’s approach to ISR
- Plans for the future and a five year outlook on the use of automation technologies in the ISR space
- Areas where artificial intelligence and machine learning have enhanced military decision-making and accelerated the acquisition of actionable intelligence
- Commercial opportunities for improving remote-sensing, situational-awareness and battlefield-maneuverability through AI and machine learning
Recent advancements of AI have put it on a path to drive the future of our economy in an era of big data. AI can understand, monitor, reason, predict, interact, learn and improve – which makes it a hot topic for implementation across both private and public sectors. There is excitement around many modern tools, but most government offices are trying to reach more basic modern operating standards.
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- Six Strategies that can help Government Implement AI
- Government problems that are appropriate for AI applications
- Setting a course to implement intelligent automation
- and more!
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The FY 2019 Federal Process Automation Budget At-A-Glance
Cap Goal #6 of the President’s Management Agenda, “Shifting From Low-Value To High-Value Work,” emphasizes the use of RPA and other business process automation tools to reduce the burden of low-value activities and redirect resources to accomplishing mission outcomes that matter most to citizens.
In this infographic, we provide a rundown of which government agencies are expected to invest in new back-office transformation solutions in 2019 and how leading-edge organizations are already testing, deploying and reaping the benefits of next-generation tools such as RPA, blockchain and artificial intelligence.
- $45.775 Billion = Total Federal IT Spending
- $6.8 Billion = Total IT Budget
- $4.3 Billion = Department of Veteran Affairs Total IT Budget
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