Steps for federal agencies to consider before using artificial intelligence

The Partnership and Booz Allen Hamilton hosted a workshop to discuss the state of artificial intelligence in government as well as a range of issues that agencies should consider as they look to adopt this technology.

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Using artificial intelligence when disaster strikes

By: Elizabeth Byers

Federal, state and local governments can use artificial intelligence in all phases of disaster resilience, according to the “Into the Storm” issue brief published by the Partnership and Microsoft. At a release event for the report, experts discussed the basic principles disaster resilience officials should keep in mind when considering the use of AI.

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Immersive technologies: A future way to train and prepare employees for achieving agency missions

Immersive technologies, such as virtual reality, are a collection of technologies that change or enhance our physical environment. Learn more about how federal agencies are already using and benefiting from immersive technologies.

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Edge computing: The future way to store and process data

Edge computing has the potential to transform how federal agencies process and analyze data. Read on to learn more about edge computing and how government is already harnessing its potential to enhance operations.

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What the new federal guidance on artificial intelligence means for agencies

By: Peter Kamocsai

The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s new plan on the responsible use of artificial intelligence helps our government catch up with other countries.

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