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Virginia plans to launch AI-as-a-service in 2022

October 19, 2021

The Virginia Information Technology Agency will soon offer artificial intelligence and machine learning software as a service to its fellow agencies, enabling a new method for officials to detect fraud and optimize predictive analytics.

Jonathan Ozovek, VITA’s chief operating officer, told StateScoop the agency is planning to offer an AI-powered product to the commonwealth’s health, transportation and public-safety departments, in addition to its own internal use. In June, VITA became the first statewide IT agency to offer robotic process automation as a service.

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