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Keeping the electrical grid top notch will take more than wires. It'll take algorithms.
AI is developing at a breakneck pace and the growth of research and policy guidance needs to ensure AI is being implemented in an ethical way.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is testing whether artificial intelligence can assist clinicians in reviewing medical images, help veterans find services online and empower the agency to proactively reach out to patients about their mental health.
Mark Johnson, vice president of Federal Cloud at Oracle, joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss the challenges federal information technology folks have in transitioning to the cloud.
Dan Graves, chief technology officer at Delphix, joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss the challenges federal IT officials face when managing diverse data sets.
From predictive maintenance, to faster satellite intelligence and an optimized federal response to wildfires, agencies see artificial intelligence as an essential tool to meet their data-driven missions.
For years, Dr. Tim Persons has been at the vanguard of examining emerging technology, and whether it can benefit the federal government and its operations.
idRamp President Mike Vesey joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how Identity Credential Access Management can help federal IT officials protect their agency's data.
Some new research shows how extensively the largest defense contractors are investing in AI startups to supplement their internal AI spending. To dig deeper, Federal Drive talked with a researcher at Georgetown University's Center for Security and Emerging Technology, Ngor Luong.
Janek Claus, director of Application Development at Sev1Tech, offered some remedies for this significant issue to host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk.
One authoritative database reports that 4% of all scientific research published last year had to do with COVID. And that produced lots and lots of data. Now the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is trying to find meaning in it.
Lt. Gen. Michael Groen, the director of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center for the Department of Defense, said the military is not in danger of falling behind to China when it comes to taking advantage of AI capabilities.
Now tech vendor Cisco reports a sharp rise in the use of biometrics and other forms of multi-factor login, and greater interest by IT executives to move past passwords altogether.
The Air Force's Office of Financial Management and Comptroller is making lots of moves to improve its IT, including developing a new acquisition strategy, hiring a CDO, implementing automation and addressing ICAM issues.