NEW YORK, April 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- President Trump launched his American AI Initiative which directs Federal agencies to prioritize investments in research and development of artificial intelligence. The Initiative focuses federal government resources toward developing AI technology and ensuring that the next great AI inventions are made in the U.S.
Overall, the announcement mentioned five major objectives:
- Have federal agencies increase funding for AI R&D
- Make federal data and computing power more available for AI purposes
- Set standards for safe and trustworthy AI
- Train an AI workforce
- Engage with international allies—but protect the tech from foreign adversaries
The Process Automation for Government team has developed a report discussing the major objectives further. You can find the report here.
Process Automation for Government Event
The White House Office of Management and Budget is promoting robotic process automation (RPA) as a technology that can help agencies minimize the time employees spend doing low-value, repetitive work. To continue the conversation, IQPC is running the Process Automation for Government event in Washington D.C. on May 29th. This event is no cost for all government and military employees. You can save your pass here.
You will learn how to build a business case for launching and implementing a successful AI pilot program from our field experts, as well as gain insights on how to develop sound public-private partnerships from funding and strategy, and how to reskill and reposition employees for the digital age.
Thought leaders from a variety of government organizations are hosting our sessions:
- Stoney Trent, Chief Operations Officer, Joint Artificial Intelligence Center, Department of Defense
- Bill Pratt, Director of Strategic Technology Management, Department of Homeland Security
- Guy Cavallo, Deputy CIO, Office of the Chief Information Officer, U.S. Small Business Administration
- Pamela Wolf, Chief Enterprise Services Division, NASA
- Kyle Doulas, Electronic Records Policy Analyst, National Archives and Records Administration
- Joanie Newhart, Associate Administrator of Acquisition Workforce Programs, Office of Management and Budget
- And many more.
Discuss process automation and AI at roundtable discussions, in workshops and through networking breaks. All active military and government employees attend at no cost. Save your pass to gain access to the valuable information that will get you and your agency ahead of the game!
Access the full event guide here.
SOURCE Process Automation for Government