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More Than Meets AI Part II

It’s vital for federal agencies to build the public’s trust in AI as the government’s use of the technology increases. In “More Than Meets AI Part II: Building Trust, Managing Risk,” the Partnership for Public Service and the IBM Center for The Business of Government offer insights for federal agencies to help them incorporate AI into their organization’s operations responsibly and transparently.

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Excellence in Government Fellows Program

Prepares senior-level federal managers to become effective leaders capable of driving change in their agencies.

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