The Federal government is cultivating artificial intelligence (AI) technology gardens across major agencies, but varying mission requirements and funding streams for those efforts are producing strikingly uneven results.
In addition to mission requirements and available funding, the uneven pace of Federal AI adoption stems from other hurdles: the lack of available workforce talent, the issue of data readiness, and the absence of a forceful push from the top levels of government.
Here’s an overview of the conditions of AI adoption in Federal agencies, a look into the policy drivers likely to change the AI development equation, and guidance from experts at ViON and Dell Technologies Federal, who help agencies work their way through the process of mining greater data insight.
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