Algorithms are the set of rules for solving a problem in a finite number of steps, and they are also a hot topic in the technology world.
Predictive analytics analyze current and historical facts to forecast future outcomes, and the practice is a cornerstone of a fully-realized IoT strategy.
While AI provides significant advantages, it can be challenging to adopt without the right computing and development resources to enable it. Many government agencies, however, still struggle with legacy and outdated IT infrastructures. That’s why a trusted and robust cloud infrastructure is a critical component of the DoD’s journey to AI and machine learning.
Michael Sherwood discusses a range of tech topics in the latest edition of the GovLoop “CIO Conversations” series.
Government adoption of blockchain is still nascent but a few brave government agency leaders see the potential of the technology, and are experimenting with ways to use blockchain to make government services more effective.
Here are five ways the public sector can start thinking about incorporating artificial intelligence, automation and chatbots.
At a recent roundtable with Genesys and GovLoop, we heard from several experts in the field of automation and artificial intelligence. These leaders, as well as many public servants in the room, shared their experiences with AI and chatbots.
If you’re in government work, you’ve probably seen your fair share of articles about blockchain. But who’s using it, and how?
GovLoop sat down with Tomicah Tillemann, co-founder of the Blockchain Trust Accelerator, to understand how blockchain can be used to hold government’s accountable and who is leading in the federal space when it comes to blockchain. This is part II of our interview.
To better understand what this technology is, how it works and what it means for government agencies, GovLoop sat down with Tomicah Tillemann, co-founder of the Blockchain Trust Accelerator.