The Federal Government continues to explore various use cases for AI and the GSA is no exception. In this episode we talk to Keith Nakasone who is Deputy Assistant Commissioner | Acquisition, Office of Information Technology Category (ITC) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). He shares with us how GSA is incorporating artificial intelligence, to help with government procurement, especially of IT services and software, why the need to upskill and reskill the workforce is so important, and his thoughts on where AI can take the government.
The Tubman Project is a new AI research startup building machine learning tech for public defenders. Every day, people in the US are faced with inadequate legal representation. Public Defenders are buried in an avalanche in information from their massive caseloads. As a result their clients are left nearly undefended.The primary goal of Project Tubman is to create a Public defender AI; an open sourced tool that can be used by public defenders to help them defend their clients. This tool will be designed to take some of the load off of the public defenders who are often tasked with more cases than it is humanly possible to take on.To learn more, check out the Tubman Project (https://tubmanproject.com/) online and help us Free 1000 More.