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Prioritizing Use Cases to Guide Artificial Intelligence (AI) Strategies in the Federal Government

2021-02-24 11:00:00 2021-02-24 12:00:00 America/New_York Prioritizing Use Cases to Guide Artificial Intelligence (AI) Strategies in the Federal Government See more details at: https://www.actiac.org/events/prioritizing-use-cases-guide-artificial-intelligence-ai-strategies-federal-government VIRTUAL, , ,
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Overview



The use of Artificial intelligence (AI) is continuing to accelerate in the federal government. With this growing momentum, agencies are increasingly dedicating resources to the use of AI. But, how do they do this in a strategic way? What factors should be considered in the decision? How can agencies identify high value candidates and real pain points where AI would have the biggest impact? This panel will explore how agencies can identify specific use cases where AI would return significant benefit, as well as how agencies can best prioritize use cases. Listen in as subject matter experts share their approaches to these questions, best practices, and lessons learned along the way.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how federal agencies make decisions related to AI adoption.
  • Share factors that should be considered when making AI decisions for a federal agency.
  • Provide best practices around AI implementation.
  • Hear how several agencies have identified areas where AI would be the impactful.

 

Speakers:

Dr. Gil Alterovitz, Director of Artificial Intelligence, Department of Veteran Affairs
Adam Goldberg, Acting Assistant Commissioner, Financial Innovation and Transformation, Bureau of the Fiscal Service
Dr. Jamese Sims, Senior Science Advisor for Artificial Intelligence, NOAA/National Weather Service Office of Science and Technology Integration
Jennetta George, AI/ML Center of Excellence Lead, Attain|
Jamie Holcombe, Chief Information Officer, USPTO
Simon Szykman, Partner and Chief Technology Officer for Federal Services, Attain, Moderator

 

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