A renaissance in private sector innovation, fueled by global venture capital investment, has overtaken the R&D budgets of the federal government. As a result, the technology “water line” has risen faster than its ability to outpace it, enabling rogue nations and non-state actors access to new technology leading to an advancement in their offensive capabilities. Additionally, the dearth of talent, in large part attracted by hefty private-sector wages, has made it difficult for the federal government to acquire and retain crucial human capital.
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Asymmetric technological capabilities enabling governments to maintain a decisive advantage over their adversaries are steadily eroding. In large part, globalization has contributed significantly to a renaissance in commercial innovation fueled by venture capital investment that far exceeds the research and development budgets of governments across the globe.
As a result, the global technology ‘water line’ has risen faster than the ability to outpace it alone. More so, rogue nations and non-state actors have gained ready access to new technology leading to an advancement in their offensive capabilities. Consequently, governments are investing in AI in order to accelerate the development, procurement and integration of commercially-derived disruptive capabilities to regain a technological lead.
Artificial intelligence has a range of uses in government.
The use cases are varied and the above represent only a sampling of the possibilities.