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Enhance State Government IT Solutions with Data Fabric Integration

Too many legacy systems. It’s something we hear from government agencies all the time. And you’ve heard this complaint too, no doubt. But the risk-averse nature of government organizations combined with a fear of disruption makes them reluctant to take on a wholesale modernization effort. What if they don’t have to, though? What if there’s a better way?


Building Trust in Public Sector AI Starts with Trusting Your Data

In recent years, governments across the globe have recognized the transformative potential of artificial intelligence (AI) and have embarked on initiatives to harness this technology to drive innovation and serve their citizens more effectively. These government-led efforts have had a profound impact on the development and adoption of AI solutions in the public sector, paving the way for a future where data-driven decision-making and automation are the norm.


Implications of the AI Executive Order for Government Procurement Systems

Artificial intelligence holds the potential to enhance efficiency, streamline processes, and improve decision-making across various government sectors. But without robust safeguards, there is a heightened risk of biased decision-making, privacy breaches, and misuse of sensitive data. The Biden administration’s AI executive order establishes new standards for AI safety and security as well as for responsible use of AI at federal agencies and in state and local governments.