Artificial intelligence (AI) in the many forms it takes are the latest technologies positioned to reconstruct how federal agencies and enterprises work and learn. In a time when the traditional workplace is transitioning to a hybrid, if not completely remote, environment, AI has become increasingly essential for staying competitive in a digital economy. It has the potential to transform and improve the lives of citizens, while increasing the ability of government agencies to execute mission-critical functions. From reducing pollution to improving public health, safety and privacy, AI in all its practical applications will transform and simplify life as we know it. What was once an idea reserved for the future is now a familiar occurrence as many government organizations are using AI in their work already. The current remote work climate is pushing federal agencies to accelerate their digital transformation strategy and adopt new approaches in their technology journey.

On July 22, ThunderCat’s CTO, Kurt Steege was joined by NetApp’s CTO, Kirk Kerns and Joshua Dickey, PH.D., P.E. Chief, Analytics Branch, from the Air Force Technical Applications Center to discuss how to embrace AI to efficiently tackle business objectives and execute mission-critical operations.