Though more than 100 years separates the inception of the U.S. Airmail Service and the launch of ChatGPT, we can learn many lessons from the former when deciding how to use the latter.
With advanced networking technologies, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, agencies can monitor their service areas in real-time and identify areas that need improvement.
Constituents want to find information on your site quickly and easily. Generative AI offers a revolutionary approach to interpreting user questions and providing answers people need.
Government needs agile technology to provide timely, effective services to the public and keep pace with changing needs.
You can’t apply AI to your data until you’ve taken care of some fundaments of data governance and hygiene. Here are some tips on how to get ready.
Although recent reports make AI sound like something new and untested, government (and industry) have been using some practical forms of AI for years. Here’s a rundown.
While generative AI (GenAI) presents a unique opportunity to streamline operations and improve citizen engagement, it’s not a mature technology. How can you overcome internal skepticism and help your leaders consider a practical GenAI project?
Generative AI can be a great tool, but you need to think carefully about how to use it.
Data management has become a critical aspect of operations across the federal government in the digital age. The sheer volume of data generated daily requires efficient and effective management tools. Enter artificial intelligence (AI)-powered automation, a catalyst for enhanced data management and governance in government.
For decades, science fiction movies stoked fears that “machines will replace people.” With the rise of artificial intelligence (AI), the fear moved off the screen and into the workplace. The reality is this fear is largely unfounded, but AI is having a tremendous impact on how we work.