As of July, facial recognition technology is scanning departing travelers in 32 airports and all arriving air travelers.
Lawmakers on the House Select Committee on the Modernization of Congress are interested in exploring just what AI might be able to help them accomplish.
A growing number of federal agencies are exploring machine learning and other forms of artificial intelligence to further their missions or improve services to citizens.
AI can decode enormous amounts of financial data to discover the DNA of complex crime behaviors.
DoD and the Air Force are currently considering 11 schools to lead the center.
Carolyn Parent, president and CEO of Conveyer, joins Aileen Black on this week's Leaders and Legends to discuss leadership in the technology sector.
The Internal Revenue Service is handling more of its call volume through automation, which gives its call-center employees more time to address more complex requests from taxpayers.
U.S. Cyber Command wants to expand the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning. To do that, it’s kicked off a broader survey of machine learning requirements across the Defense Department.
The Defense Department is evaluating its own processes with an eye toward making it easier for small companies to provide innovative solutions.
DoD admits it's not industry, but that just means it has a different way of getting things done.
The CDAO team merges major Defense Department's tech efforts, bringing together a range of DoD innovation leaders.
More than 25% of federal contracting dollars end up in one of six markets, according to analysis by Bloomberg Government.
A White House-led task force is outlining its vision to make artificial intelligence research tools and data more accessible to a broader community of researchers.
Jennifer Bisceglie, founder and CEO of Interos, joins Aileen Black on this week's Leaders and Legends to explain how she turned a small startup into a dynamic supply chair risk management and operational resilience company.