How Federal Agencies Can Take the Next Steps on AI/ML

Amid rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) capabilities, a race against China to lead in AI, and increasing Federal funding, the question of whether AI will be widely adopted among Federal agencies has been resolved.

Federal spending on AI totaled $3.3 billion in 2022, a record high, and the Biden administration’s fiscal year 2024 budget seeks billions of dollars more. Looking toward 2025, the White House in August told Federal agencies to prioritize AI research and development in their fiscal year 2025 budget requests.
Now, agency leaders are looking ahead to broader questions: How – and where – should agencies further integrate AI and ML technologies? Amid debate about generative AI and whether it protects civil liberties and privacy, how can this integration proceed responsibly and with appropriate guardrails, enabling AI use only for the public good?

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