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A White House-led task force is asking Congress to fund its plans to make the federal government’s artificial intelligence resources more accessible to a broader community of researchers.
As agencies move beyond artificial intelligence and machine learning pilots, we find out what it takes to be successful. We talk with experts from the Army, CISA, DoD, GSA, NGA, NRO, NTIS, OSTP and from ABBYY, DataRobot, H2O, MarkLogic and Red Hat.
Percipient.AI alleges NGA and prime contractor CACI are ignoring a law requiring agencies to buy commercially available products.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center Dalhgren Division, like other defense units, seeks to bring new industrial capabilities quickly to benefit the mission. Now it has entered into a new other-transaction-agreement, or OTA, to do just that. OTAs in the right circumstances let agencies speed up acquisitions, often non-competitive ones.
Artificial intelligence has become an essential tool in our daily lives and has fundamentally altered the ways in which we communicate and work with one another.
Current and former federal technology executives say software supply chain security emerged as one of the biggest challenges last year given both the attention by the White House and ongoing cyber concerns.
Taming the sometimes chaotic cloud computing arrangements and learning to love artificial intelligence, those are among the technology trends for 2023 identified by thinkers at Deloitte.
Federal Chief Information Officer Clare Martorana says among her top priorities for 2023 is break down silos, share lessons learned and scale best practices across the IT community.
NASA computing and data science people are collaborating to find mission-related applications for artificial intelligence. For their work, they recently received an award from ARTAC, the Advanced Technology Academic Research Center.
DIA officials and the Pentagon's AI chief see a path forward for the Defense Department to become a machine learning talent incubator.
The Biden administration is calling on agencies to move on from just talking about artificial intelligence and actually use these tools for their day-to-day work.
The Department of Homeland Security is looking to create a “black belt” program to identify data and AI champions across several areas of expertise.
Can robots teach themselves new tricks? In theory they can, according to researchers at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory. In a new white paper, they lay out how robots, like people, can learn by using a curriculum and a learning agenda.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office enlisted artificial intelligence technology from IBM which is also to helping inventors navigate and understand prior art.
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