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22 Jan: 3 Ways That Generative AI Can Transform Human Services

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) Generative AI can help government workers complete time-consuming administrative tasks, address gaps in agency operations, reduce wait times and improve language translation services. As we mark the second anniversary of the Biden administration’s Executive Order on Transforming Federal Customer Experience and Service Delivery, Generative AI is helping reimagine the way that government agencies deliver…

12 Dec: U.S. Army evaluating its relationship with Palantir 

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) The U.S. Army is reconsidering its partnership with Palantir over concerns related to data ownership, possibly leading to a significant change in their contract and affecting Palantir’s financials. The revamp indicates a shift towards open-source platforms and less reliance on a single prime contractor. Analysts have responded to these developments with a bearish view…

23 Oct: SAP Barely Moving Needle to Migrate Users off ECC

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) Global tech researcher Gartner has found that only 33 percent of SAP users relying on its legacy ECC ERP system have bought or subscribed to licenses to start their transition to S/4HANA. The data from Q2 2023 also showed that while a third of ECC users had failed to buy S/4HANA in any form,…

23 Sep: Experts say AI should write — but not execute — battle plans

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) Chatbots can now invent new recipes (with mixed success), plan vacations, or write a budget-conscious grocery list. So what’s stopping them from summarizing secret intelligence or drafting detailed military operations orders? Nothing, in theory, said AI experts from the independent Special Competitive Studies Project. The Defense Department should definitely explore those possibilities, SCSP argues,…

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