Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform government, from how it spends taxpayer money and delivers services to how it protects the public and fights wars.
But it can't do that without a key ingredient: talent.
The problem is that the government isn't on the cutting edge of tech talent, in part because it has to compete with the private sector, where the payoff is so much greater.
So, how does Washington attract—and keep—the people it needs to develop this new technology?
From The Wall Street Journal
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