Oct 25, 2022
You may not know it, but artificial intelligence applications are all around us. From search algorithms to speech recognition, we are surrounded by AI and machine learning. The federal government uses AI, of course, in its initiatives in various agencies. Dr. Lynne Parker serves as the Associate Vice Chancellor and director of the AI Tennessee Initiative at the University of Tennessee. Previously, she filled various roles in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, including as founding director of the National Artificial Intelligence Initiative office.
As part of Defense One’s and Nextgov’s Genius Machines event series recently, Nextgov editor Aaron Boyd spoke to Parker about AI policy and her roles in government. In this episode, you’ll hear part of their conversation about machine learning and artificial intelligence.