Officials are trying to right the ship on the National Background Investigation Services program.
Nand Mulchandani, chief technology officer for the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center, joined Aileen Black on Leaders and Legends to discuss how the adoption next-generation AI and software technologies is helping to transform the Defense Department.
Ericom's Chase Cunningham joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss the concept of zero trust.
The AI and Data Acceleration initiative is meant to turn artificial intelligence from a buzzword to something that's actually used throughout the department, starting with DoD's combatant commands.
When the Biden administration launched an AI task force earlier this month to create a path to “democratize access to research tools to promote AI,” the goal of access was paramount.
"Artificial intelligence,” “machine learning” and “robotic process automation” (RPA) get thrown around synonymously, but differentiating between them is important to understanding how best to use them.
This exclusive e-book highlights challenges and opportunities that artificial intelligence is bringing the federal sector.
As the size of Treasury's mission has grown exponentially, the never-ending repetitive tasks they tackle have increasingly relied on artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The service released a strategy in May to lay out how it would reach that goal, and now it’s putting some of it into practice.
The Navy, through its Office of Naval Research is pursuing artificial intelligence applications across a broad spectrum of the service’s responsibilities to man, train and equip, as well as warfighting, sustainment and readiness.
Under the 2020 National AI Initiative Act, the task force will look at how to expand access to AI education and other critical resources. The task force includes members from NIST, the Energy Department and top universities.
Todd Schroeder, managing director Global Public Sector, Strategy and Sales for Google joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how the Google Cloud platform can help federal agencies reduce cost and improve flexibility.
Both the energy and food industries have been hit in recent weeks with ransomware. But what about cars and trucks?
A facial recognition showcase in September will give the Department of Homeland Security a peek into the private sector’s latest biotechnology innovations.