The Government Blockchain Association, GBA, announced that they are launching the AI for Government Community directed by Mr. Oki Mek.
FREMONT, CA: In reference to the Executive Order titled Promoting the Use of Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence in the Federal Government (HHS), the Government Blockchain Association, GBA, is happy to announce that they are launching the AI for Government Community, directed by Mr. Oki Mek, the Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer, (CAIO), for US Health and Human Services (HHS).
Jose Arrieta, Former CIO of HHS, and Mr. Mek created Accelerate, the first Federal government blockchain-based software to receive an authority-to-operate. According to MeriTalk, 2/11/2020, this initiative was expected to save HHS $30 million over five years. The leadership of Mr. Mek will be instrumental in encouraging the utilization of Artificial Intelligence (AI) by the government for economic development and enhancing the quality of life for its citizens.
The International Community meets on a virtual basis on the first Monday of every month from 3 to 4 p.m. On the call, civil servants from all over the world will address best practices and lessons learned with respect to AI's use by the government. Government workers from Tel-Aviv to Hyderabad can sign up to discuss their dynamic AI problems.
The GBA Artificial Intelligence & Government Community of Interest is available for everyone in government who want to join the discussion. For the government workers, GBA membership is free. If they want to attend the community, they can visit the GBA Membership page to enroll as a free civil servant and then go to the Community of Interest page to participate in the group.
The Government Blockchain Association (GBA) is the world's topmost secure and successful blockchain organization. The GBA has numerous public and private sector blockchain professional members from every continent with over 120 branches worldwide and more than 50 working groups. At local, state, global, and international levels, GBA members work in over 500 government offices.