Agencies Should Make Internal Workforce Investments to Improve AI Implementation, Experts Say

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As the National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Act nears its two-year anniversary, some federal leaders are looking at more ways to invest in their agency’s workforce to better implement AI tools.

For agencies looking to use AI more often, first understanding the talent and skills needed is key. But there are some barriers to implementation.

“What we have is a large number of federal agencies that are struggling with antiquated architectures and a lack of skills and talent,” said Chakib Chraibi, the National Technical Information Service’s Chief Data Scientist at the Commerce Department, at an Advanced Technology Academic Research Center (ATARC) event on Oct. 6.

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