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CIA Official: AI Use Growing Within US Intelligence Community

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CIA Official: AI Use Growing Within US Intelligence Community

The use of artificial intelligence has been growing among members of the U.S. intelligence community, according to Lakshmi Raman, director of artificial intelligence innovation at the CIA.

Speaking at the recent Amazon Web Services Summit in Washington, D.C., Raman, a past Potomac Officers Club event speaker, said more agencies are using generative AI to write documents, brainstorm ideas and search and discovery assistance.

AI use cases for defense applications have been growing in recent months. At ServiceNow, Gary Novotny, the company’s chief of the program management office, said that the firm is working on at least one generative AI-enabled solution to support analysts running intelligence queries, Nextgov/FCW reported.

Apart from ServiceNow, commercial cloud providers are also introducing AI-powered products to support the operations of intelligence agencies. AWS is among the first providers to support the community, providing cloud platforms to better serve a growing demand for AI-enabled solutions.

The other companies involved in supporting the U.S. intelligence community in adopting generative AI solutions are Microsoft, Google and Oracle.

With emerging threats and technologies, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a road map to guide the IC on the adoption of cloud and AI into its operations.

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