We’ve gone far and wide to provide you with perspectives on the possibility and promise of AI applied to government services, but today I’d like to talk about where we are today and what I hope the future holds for a technology that in many ways is still in its infancy.
Posts By Dominic Delmolino
There are three impactful ways that RPA can materially improve the work life of the federal worker.
Rapid prototyping is a process that quickly develops, experiments with, and learns how software technologies might further prove that a concept is advantageous for a mission, business, or user. It is about accepting and embracing an uncertain world that rapidly evolves – and for software systems to rapidly evolve with it.
To identify how human + machine can be paired effectively, the federal government has also recognized the value of looking at commercial successes, sharing use cases and success stories, in addition to investing in pilots and then scaling.
Ensuring that you implement artificial intelligence into your mission in a responsible manner can be a daunting task. While there is no silver bullet, being aware of the trade-offs empowers leaders to navigate the grey in a way that aligns with the values of the organization.
Between policy, guidelines, past experience and data, getting the answer to simple questions is a significant drain on precious time and resources. Can AI help?
Advanced AI solutions require robust data pipelines to transform raw data into business value. Here’s how.
As video cameras become even more ubiquitous, video analytics will be one of the front faces of AI.
AI is coming, and it’s time to put the employee at the center of the planning.
As government moves forward with AI, agencies can bring these types of commercial best practices to citizens to improve the customer experience.