The White House earlier this year launched a National Intelligence Research Resource Task Force, run out of the Office of Science and Technology Policy and the National Science Foundation.
Executives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Marshals Service, U.S. Postal Service, Lumen and Ciena will discuss how to deliver services through cloud-based applications to citizens to take advantage of artificial intelligence, machine learning and advanced analytics, and emerging technologies like 5G.
In a bid to sure no brainpower is overlooked, the Army has established research partnerships with historically black and minority-serving colleges and universities. The topics are artificial intelligence and machine learning.
John Phillips, vice president, Public Sector at Tricentis, joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how automating the software testing process will bring large federal IT projects to completion sooner.
Federal government agencies are seeing an increased need to make quick use of real-time data. For NASA, real-time data also extends into the far frontiers via its Deep Space Network (DSN). It’s another example of how agencies are using Apache Kafka to set their data in motion.
The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board currently lacks the membership necessary to issue reports and start new projects.
Moving forward, pandemic or not, there is a clear opportunity for federal teams to prioritize real-time, secure access to data in order to unleash new insights, discoveries and innovations from their growing datasets.
Rob Shore, senior vice president of Marketing at Infinera, joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how optical networks can help federal agencies scale network bandwidth and accelerate service integration.
Agencies across the government are looking at AI to speed things up and improve mission delivery. But it can be misused. For how federal agencies can keep AI honest, the program lead for the artificial intelligence security initiative at the University of California Berkley, Jessica Newman.
The House Armed Services Committee advanced a defense policy chock full of amendments addressing AI, Buy American, pay parity, civilian control of the military and other issues.
Facial recognition technology has gone mainstream in the federal government. Federal Drive with Tom Temin got the latest from the director for science, technology assessment and analytics at the Government Accountability Office, Candice Wright.
DHS to commercialize technologies developed in federal laboratories to expand its industrial base, especially in areas like artificial intelligence and cybersecurity
Budding IT professionals with software engineering, data science, design, cybersecurity and other critical skills are eligible to apply to the Digital Corps fellowship, a two-year, paid opportunity designed specifically for entry-level talent.
Allen McNaughton, director of Pre-Sales Engineering, Public Sector at Infoblox Federal, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss a topic that is foundational to understanding how the Internet works -- a protective Domain Name Server system.