AI as a Generalist, Not a Specialist

You're listening to Season 2, Episode #02 of The Federal Innovator Podcast.

The White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy's (OSTP) 2023 National Artificial Intelligence Research and Development Strategic Plan outlines the federal government’s plans to be a leader in advancing AI for public good. Nine strategies lie at the heart of the OSTP's roadmap.

In this episode of The Federal Innovator Podcast, hosts Michael Thieme, managing director for the national security portfolio at Accenture Federal Services, and George Jackson, vice president of events at GovExec, are joined by Brian Sacash, lead data scientist and machine learning engineer for Accenture Federal Services, and Scott Beliveau, principal innovation architect for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), to discuss these nine strategies and how AI as a generalist, could help federal leaders deliver better services to their constituents. 

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This content was produced by GovExec’s Studio 2G and made possible by our sponsor, Accenture Federal Services. The editorial staff of Government Executive was not involved in its preparation.