Federal News Network: AI success requires a ‘new way’ for agencies to think about data

“From predictive maintenance, to faster satellite intelligence and an optimized federal response to wildfires, agencies see artificial intelligence as an essential tool to meet their data-driven missions…”

“Mike Wiseman, vice president of the Americas for the public sector at Pure Storage, said federal applications of AI include analyzing battle damage and corrosion on maritime equipment. What’s common to federal applications of AI, he added, is accelerating the time to insight…”

“Curt Smith, vice president and GPU data center architect for the accelerated compute product group at Nvidia, said agencies see AI as an opportunity to ‘improve the signal-to-noise ratio for someone who needs to make a decision in real-time.’

For all these opportunities in AI to succeed, however, agencies must also invest in greater computing capacity and data infrastructure…”

“To execute on the goals of an agency data strategy and build out enterprise-wide applications of AI, Wiseman said agencies must rely on the expertise of data scientists to develop AI systems with a high degree of accuracy and confidence.

These data scientists must also develop deep-learning algorithms that enable AI systems to learn and adapt to the environments in which they’re deployed…” Read the full article here.

Source: AI success requires a ‘new way’ for agencies to think about data – By Jory Heckman, November 22, 2021. Federal News Network.


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