Government agencies have quickly adopted artificial intelligence technologies to transform a wide range of programs to include contracting, said Ricky Clark, deputy director, National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NIH NITAAC).
Clark, speaking at a breakout session at AFCEA’s TechNet Indo-Pacific, described how AI is changing government contracting and how those contracting leaders are adapting to the influx of government agencies looking to accelerate AI adoption.
“It’s here to stay,” Clark said when asked if AI is merely a trend. There are those in government who are reluctant to lean into the emerging technology, according to Clark. But this is different than some of the other technology fads he’s seen.
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