Most government organizations have only scratched the surface of AI’s capabilities. While many agencies have implemented automation or cognitive technology in some form, deploying these tools at scale across the enterprise is key in order to channel the full benefits. As AI and automation become even more widespread, how will you capitalize on this technology and prepare for its impact on your organization's mission performance and workforce?
On December 3rd we explored use cases that showcased how AI and automation can transform your office, from creating more efficient financial management and acquisition practices to revamping HR to improving citizen-facing services.
Registration and Networking Breakfast
Opening Keynote: AI in the Air Force
Enterprise AI Adoption Trends
Implementation Case Study: Using AI to Reduce Improper Payments
This award-winning project at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services utilizes a combination of AI tools to expedite the intake and validation of medical records. Recognized by the 2019 Government Innovation Awards and ACT-IAC's 2019 Igniting Innovation Awards, this project has generated a significant return on investment since going live in April 2019. This session explored the solution development process, technologies harnessed, and the project’s results to date.
The AI Trust Gap: Creating Transparency, Explainability and Confidence in Artificial Intelligence
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