Saturday, September 26, 2020

As in Business, Cloud Strategy for Government Agencies Must Be a Fit

By AI Trends Staff Public sector technology executives know they need to modernize, while accounting for cybersecurity and trying to reduce costs. This often results...

White House Releases 10 AI Principles for Agencies to Follow

By AI Trends Staff The White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP)  this week released what it has described as a “first of...

US Patent and Trademark Office Seeking Comment on Impact of AI on Creative Works

By AI Trends Staff The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is getting more involved in AI. One effort is an AI project that aims...

AI Health Outcomes Challenge To Build on CMS Value-based Programs

By Deborah Borfitz Giving Medicare beneficiaries control of their healthcare data and otherwise accelerating the adoption of value-based care are among the priorities of the...

White House Sets $973M Non-Defense AI R&D Budget for FY2020

The White House recently released its FY2020 non-defense AI R&D spending request, totaling just under $1 billion. Michael Kratsios, U.S. CTO and head of the White...

AAIH Positions Itself As ‘Trusted Voice’ For AI Use in Healthcare

By Deborah Borfitz Close to 30 companies have joined a fledgling advocacy organization with big plans for aligning the healthcare sector around a shared vocabulary, standards of excellence and real-world potential...

Two Views of AI Competition Between the US and China

By AI Trends Staff Two recent reports show contrasting views of the AI competition between the US and China. A recent report in Politico suggests the US...

Five Principles to Advance AI at the Air Force

The Air Force has been on an almost three-year journey to integrate AI into operations and that effort will soon be more apparent as...

Digital Assistants Transforming Public Service

By Deborah Borfitz, Senior Science Writer, AI Trends Digital assistants have become a major trend in government at every level and across geographies, and could...

Encourage Immigration of Skilled AI Technologists, Suggests Former IARPA Director

To stay on the cutting edge of AI development, the U.S. needs to better encourage immigration of skilled technologists, dedicate higher levels of education...




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