The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence recommends elevating the role of the Defense Department’s chief technology officer and designating a CTO office within the intelligence community.
The use of robotics process automation, natural language processing and other emerging technologies are gaining momentum in the federal acquisition community to speed up the entire process.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Kowsik Guruswamy at Menlo Security and Mike Hatcher of By Light join host John Gilroy to explain why Cloud Based Internet Isolation is a creative way to manage cybersecurity in the ever changing federal IT environment.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is operating on several fronts to keep its services to veterans up to date. One channel for that is the Veterans Health Administration program called the Innovation Ecosystem.
Troops of the future will work hand-in-hand with technology, requiring digital savvy.
This program provides a progress report on machine learning and artificial intelligence in government.
Henry Sowell, CIO of Cloudera Government Solutions, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how his company can help federal agencies expand their data streaming capabilities.
Progressive Policy Institute economist Michael Mandel, and Randy Clark of the the National Spectrum Consortium joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to share more.
The report addresses everything from research and development to supply chain.
Two Pentagon components, the Defense Innovation Unit and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, have teamed up with one another, along with Phillips Corporation, on an artificial intelligence project.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Sundar Vaidyanathan, co-founder, and CEO of Karsun, joins host John Gilroy to discuss new tools to help federal IT officials conduct large scale modernizations at their agencies.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Nicholas Chaillan, The Air Force's Chief Software Officer, joins host John Gilroy to discuss Platform One and Cloud One, and why they are creative and innovative approaches to improving software for the service.
The Defense Department and government at large need to bolster their workforce around artificial intelligence and invest more heavily in the underlying infrastructure supporting it, according to commissioners of a congressionally-mandated panel. Members of the…
The intelligence community expects information warfare to be the next big disrupter as the cyber domain becomes more contested, and industry becomes part of the national security attack surface.