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Dave Vennergrund, Other GDIT Execs on AI’s Vital Role Across Sectors in 2024

Artificial intelligence will continue to transform sectors from cybersecurity to healthcare and defense in 2024, according to officials at General Dynamics(NYSE: GD) information technology business.

In a panel discussion led by Dave Vennegrund, vice president of AI and data insights of General Dynamics Information Technology, executives predicted the technology’s transformative role across industries this year, including in software development, military operations and medical diagnostics.

Generative AI will continue to be used in creating and testing code, expediting the software development cycle, according to Matt Hayden, GDIT’s vice president for cyber and emerging threats under the intelligence and homeland security division. He added that the technology will be instrumental in scaling traditional cyber defense techniques and strengthening image detection and processing for intelligence and homeland security purposes.

Brandon Bean, AI and machine learning lead at GDIT’s defense division, prognosticated that predictive AI will lighten military administrative tasks such as inventory and maintenance, while generative AI will maximize the use of operational data for executing battlefield simulations and trainings.

In 2024, artificial intelligence will dramatically reduce healthcare costs by reducing administrative workload for medical practitioners, said Colleen Kummet, director of health analytics at GDIT’s federal health business. She said the technology will be key in securely mining, transmitting and consolidating medical data and electronic health records.

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