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  • Writer's pictureJoshua Duvall

GovConJudicata Weekly Debrief (4/12–19)

This week's Weekly Debrief covers artificial intelligence.


Artificial Intelligence


  • "For a federal agency charged with administering health insurance programs, upholding quality standards at facilities and enforcing a seemingly countless number of arcane rules, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is especially reliant on institutional knowledge."


  • "IBM turns 113 years old this year and as one of the world's oldest and largest technology companies, its innovation agenda has evolved with the trends and changes in the client demand landscape. Which means artificial intelligence leads IBM's agenda today for its own enterprise and in its work with clients. AI is also the focal point of what IBM's chief executive Arvind Krishna talks about in public speaking engagements."

  • "Artificial intelligence (AI) has come into its own for federal agencies. Federal IT professionals have acquired practical understanding of AI technology, and now they can concentrate on identifying use cases and employing  the appropriate AI technology for the job. Those are among the observations of two of IBM’s top U.S. federal market executives."


  • "With Federal agencies beginning to implement AI across their operations, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) – the main research and development agency of the Department of Defense (DoD) – is looking to speed up its efforts to fold AI innovators and contractors into the agency’s research work."

  • "As artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities continue to evolve, a top Space Force official is calling on the service to improve how it harnesses those tools to assist with time-consuming tasks and predictive analytics."



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