Fiscal Service Launches Citizen Guide to U.S. Government Finances The Bureau of the Fiscal Service released a new data visualization on their website to show the public the costs of government business. Released as part of the Citizen Guide to U.S. Government Finances, the visualization categorizes federal spending into several charts. Greg Till, Exec. Director, Data Transparency, Bureau of the Fiscal Service, says that the goal behind this info tool was to modernize the guide and bring it to an internet audience. Justin Marsico/Product Manager, Research & Analytics, Bureau of the Fiscal Service, says that citizens want to know more about government spending, but can’t wrap their heads around the staggering numbers involved. Common applications in consumer robotics and military Helen Greiner, Army highly qualified expert in robotics, autonomous systems and AI, discusses the nexus between commercial tech and military hardware. The Army is looking to bridge the gap between consumer robots and military hardware. To do so, they’re teaming up with some of the leading private industry experts to explore not just robots, but AI and autonomy. Helen Greiner, Army highly qualified expert in robotics, autonomous systems and AI, says that adapting commercial tech for military purposes takes more than a little R&D. The innovative future of the defense industry Steven Grundman, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, discusses the influence of Andrew Marshall on the defense industry, and how he created an innovation culture at the Pentagon.
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