AI and Machine Learning Innovations in Law Enforcement and Government Agencies

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Red Hat, GovExec and United States for the Government Accountability Office

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Recent increases in demands for government agencies combined with a diminishing funding capacity has seen federal and state and local leaders alike turning to the latest innovations in technology and data analysis to carry out their goals with greater effectiveness. With tools like AI and machine learning becoming more prevalent and affordable, organizations can do more than work harder, but smarter as well. Whether it’s using new tools on old data to explore new areas or applying these findings to the latest work, the results speak for themselves, as agencies see continued success both internally and alongside collaborators in new partnerships and cross-agency ventures driven by their latest work. What are some examples of these successes? How can government agencies continue to leverage these computational technologies for success, and what challenges lie ahead as the demands on their capabilities, and their teams at large, only grow? In this panel, GovExec Media and Red Hat will convene technology leaders from across the federal, state, and local levels for a discussion on how they’re leveraging the latest advancements in AI, ML and data science to drive the future of modern computational success. Presenters: Taka Ariga, Chief Data Scientist, United States for the Government Accountability Office Brian Buzzell, Law Enforcement Solution Advisor, Red Hat and James Hanson, Group Publisher, Federal and Technology Markets, GovExec Media

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