Presented by Accenture
The Exploring AI in Government Podcast Series
Artificial intelligence is a hot topic for the private and public sectors alike as the technology promises to revolutionize how organizations operate. But where does the U.S. federal government currently stand when it comes to AI? What agencies are leading AI innovation? And what are some of the most innovative ways government agencies are currently using AI?
These are just some of the questions we look to answer in the first episode of Exploring AI in Government. Hosts Dominic Delmolino, chief technology officer at Accenture Federal Services, and Kathleen Walch, AI and machine learning expert and managing partner at Cognilytica, kick off the six-episode series by speaking with Dr. Mona Siddiqui, chief data officer of the Health and Human Services Department and Rep. Will Hurd, a member of Congress that represents the San Antonio area and advocate for IT modernization.
Check out what they have to say by listening to the full episode below. Or download and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, SoundCloud or Google Play to take Exploring AI in Government with you on your favorite device. And don’t forget to check out Accenture.com/ExploreAI to connect with the hosts, listen to episodes and download relevant research.
Artificial intelligence isn’t just a term used in science fiction any longer, it’s a real technology that’s having a true impact on the world and workforce around us. And as the technology and its use cases evolve, government services and missions stand to gain much from implementing AI effectively: From improving cybersecurity to automating menial tasks to supercharging citizen engagement. Accenture's Exploring AI in Government Podcast seeks to dig past the hype and highlight how experts and pioneers are making AI a reality in the federal government.
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