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White House | February 12, 2020

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Plans to increase the AI and quantum computing budget shows that the Pentagon will no longer be a backseat driver in the development of cutting-edge military tech. Expect US capabilities to grow rapidly and in greater secrecy. The announcement last week that more money of the Trump administration’s proposed $4.8 trillion budget would be earmarked for the Department of Defense and the National Science Foundation is a significant step in the ongoing Artificial Intelligence arms race. Fearful...

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Nextgov | April 23, 2020

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Defense agencies deploying robotic process automation are hitting technical and cultural issues as they explore scaling the tools across the enterprise. “There are a few agencies, I think, that have some pretty robust RPA implementations. The challenge I’ve seen in terms of scale is that we need to solve for a shared services model before we're able to accomplish the kind of scaling we’ve seen like in the commercial industry,” Rachael Martin, a Joint Artificial Intell...

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DataRobot | February 14, 2022

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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

MAXIMUS MOVES CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS TO NEW LOCATION IN TYSONS, VIRGINIA

Maximus | May 04, 2022

Maximus, a leading provider of government services worldwide, announced it has formally moved its corporate headquarters to Tysons, Virginia. The company’s new office space has been designed to move Maximus and its workforce into the future with state-of-the-art technology, community spaces, and workplace settings that foster collaboration, productivity and the wellbeing of all employees. The pandemic changed the way we perform work and the way we inter...

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WHITE HOUSE NO LONGER WANTS TO RELY ON GOOGLE & IBM TO WEAPONIZE AI – AND IT’S READY TO SPEND MONEY TO POACH TOP TALENT

White House | February 12, 2020

Plans to increase the AI and quantum computing budget shows that the Pentagon will no longer be a backseat driver in the development of cutting-edge military tech. Expect US capabilities to grow rapidly and in greater secrecy. The announcement last week that more money of the Trump administration’s proposed $4.8 trillion budget would be earmarked for the Department of Defense and the National Science Foundation is a significant step in the ongoing Artificial Intelligence arms race. Fearful...

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DEFENSE IS EMBRACING ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATION BUT IT’S NOT YET SCALING IT

Nextgov | April 23, 2020

Defense agencies deploying robotic process automation are hitting technical and cultural issues as they explore scaling the tools across the enterprise. “There are a few agencies, I think, that have some pretty robust RPA implementations. The challenge I’ve seen in terms of scale is that we need to solve for a shared services model before we're able to accomplish the kind of scaling we’ve seen like in the commercial industry,” Rachael Martin, a Joint Artificial Intell...

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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

DATAROBOT SELECTED BY U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TO POWER GOVERNMENT’S AI INITIATIVES

DataRobot | February 14, 2022

AI Cloud leader DataRobot today announced its selection as an AI partner under a five-year $249 million-ceiling Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) awarded by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC). Through this contract, DataRobot is tasked with transforming AI throughout the DoD ecosystem by providing its AI Cloud platform and services to accelerate the government’s use of emerging AI technologies including Machine Learning (ML), Deep Learning (DL),...

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