The Trump administration said it views the use cases coming from the Defense Department and other agencies as a powerful tool in developing future policies on artificial intelligence.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the General Services Administration is fixing a shortcoming of the acquisition oversight process by using artificial intelligence.
How can artificial intelligence be used to solve some of the federal government’s most complex IT problems? Find out when Chris Milroy, AI Director at Alion Science and Technology, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk. October 22, 2018
At the 2018 ELC conference, GSA and the IRS were among the agencies highlighting how robotics and other emerging technologies can make federal acquisition better and faster.
A current collaboration on facial recognition technology between the Transportation Security Administration and Customs and Border Protection will eventually scale to all domestic air travel.
Much like every other agency in the federal government, the Navy is experimenting with how to implement the latest technological advancements to their mission.
Peter Kersten, a regional vice president for federal sales at F5, explains why moving to the cloud should be part of a broader strategy.
What is the impact of IoT and federal security? Find out when Cameron Chehreh, chief operating officer, chief technology officer and vice president at Dell EMC Federal, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk. Sept. 18, 2018
The intelligence community said it sees artificial intelligence as a possibility for its analysts to tap into more data and information than ever before.
Mike Convertino, vice president of Technology and Security at F5 Networks, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss agile software development and how his company can help federal agencies cut costs and move systems safely to the cloud. September 11, 2018
Without data, the Department of Transportation was having a hard time doing research and planning on autonomous and automated vehicles. But then Ariel Gold arrived.
As the FBI looks to move to the cloud and share data more easily, the agency says it has the funding it needs to hire data experts across all 56 of its field offices.
Intelligence agencies strive to implement AI and machine learning, but struggle to make data available for those machines to chew on.
Not even a platoon of Evelyn Woods could get through this mountain of classified material every year.