A common refrain we hear at NeuroSoph from our friends in the government is that “Time is our biggest challenge. We’re unable to allocate enough of it on our long-term goals because a lot of our pie gets thrown at resource intensive short-term necessities.” This dilemma is hardly new. Since Ancient Egyptian tax collectors in 3000 B.C, humans have tried to balance spending time on a forward-looking vision of their labor with the reality of cumbersome tasks essential to accomplishing their goals. Fortunately for humanity, there has been an unrelenting and intellectually driven push to solve these issues with technologies that save time, reduce costs, and increase efficiencies. From the plow to the internet, people have been able to invent things that have allowed us to work faster, smarter and better. The advent of AI promises to be an epoch along this vein that should surpass any previous technological advancements and will permanently reorient how labor hours are spent throughout a swath of government sectors.