The Air Force revealed Tuesday that it has successfully flown the first airplane in its secretive Next Generation Air Dominance program. Perhaps more significantly, it's the first-ever fighter to be born almost entirely from digital engineering.
The development and publication of the DoD principles and actions it has taken since demonstrate that DoD is taking this seriously.
John Harrison, senior cyber security solutions architect at Criterion joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss the cybersecurity challenges that federal IT officials face during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families launched a pilot last year using business intelligence tools, robotics process automation and machine learning tools to alleviate the burden on agency grant processors.
The FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services, nearly seven years after piloting the concept, will add iris recognition technology to its portfolio of identification services for law enforcement agencies. Kimberly Del Greco, the FBI’s deputy assistant…
VA's contact centers turned to a chatbot after experiencing a surge in calls starting in March that led to long wait times and frustrated veterans.
The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is searching for a consortium manager to handle businesses.
Mark Munsell, the NGA chief technology officer, said industry, particularly non-traditional companies, should use the tech focus and technology strategy documents as guides for how to help that agency overcome long-standing challenges.
Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) said Tuesday that he and Rep. Robin Kelly (D-Ill.) will introduce a resolution next month that would raise the profile of AI’s implications on the workforce, national security, research and ethics.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Kevin Coppins, president and chief executive officer at Spirion, joins host John Gilroy to discuss how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted data management and data security in the federal government.
DoD is experimenting with ways to improve autonomy in unmanned vehicles, and build trust in that autonomy between the platforms, their operators and the commanders that will deploy them.
The tricky art of network capacity planning is getting help from new artificial intelligence and automation tools that can help government IT pros support network growth and scalability.
If you think the United States should lead the world in artificial intelligence then the country should have a national strategy for AI.
DoD will be able to test new AI technologies in an isolated area.