This seems to be my week for listening to podcasts about AI! This one was hosted by EDRM, and it involved more AI talk, this time with a government perspective in mind with two thought leaders from Deloitte!
In EDRM’s Illumination Zone, Mary and Kaylee sat down with two thought leaders from Deloitte: Nick Wittenberg, Specialist Leader at Deloitte, who formerly worked at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, and Sue Seeley, Managing Director of Disclosure and Transparency at Deloitte.
In the podcast, Nick and Sue discussed how they got to their respective positions today, with Nick having been with various government agencies before he came to Deloitte (where he now provides consulting services to government agencies) and Sue having been with a boutique eDiscovery company called IE Discovery (where I worked with Sue years ago!) that provided eDiscovery consulting to government agencies before they were acquired by Deloitte in 2012.
While this is another podcast with more AI talk, the considerations for government agencies are unique, including how to apply AI to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests and addressing privacy considerations at the government agency level. Nick and Sue discuss myths about AI, considerations for getting more use out of data within various government agencies and considerations for turning that data from a risk into an asset.
It’s more AI talk, but with a government agency perspective, about which there needs to be more discussion and coverage. Check it out here!
So, what do you think? What do think are some of the AI considerations from a government agency perspective? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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