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An automation tool on the Department of Health and Human Services website now brings together data from multiple sources so that agencies can decide where to invest their grant money.
South Bend, Ind., turned to vehicle-mounted cameras and machine learning to better monitor the health of its roadways.
ROV-E is an open-source project that high school science classes and others interested in engineering can use to build robots themselves.
Artificial intelligence is ideal for solving comparatively mundane but critical and widespread problems like reducing call wait times and case backlogs.
Made up of people, devices, content and services, the intelligent digital mesh will be key to "delivering increasingly insightful digital services everywhere.”
The large-scale storage and compute resources of the cloud could give university AI researchers access to the high-performance resources they need.
The Solicitation Review Tool will ensure solicitations posted on FedBizOpps comply with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Technologies modeled on how human brains work are already augmenting people’s abilities and will only get more influential as society gets used to these increasingly capable machines.
As Congress considers whether to make laws governing how AI systems function in society, legislators should take care not to step in too soon and create regulatory hurdles for technologies that are still developing.
DARPA's Machine Common Sense program aims to help intelligent systems understand their world, communicate with people and learn from new experiences.
As agencies experiment with robotic process automation, the lack of credentialing standards could be holding back deployment of the technology in government, experts say.
National Science Foundation officials said employees can help build robotic process automation tools to make their work easier.
The Department of Health and Human Services is automating data processes to improve grants management.
By bolstering the AI workforce, training data and specialized hardware, government can spread the benefits of artificial intelligence across the economy, a new report says.
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