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Russ Roberts, the TSA chief information officer, said the digital services team and the move to DevSecOps will become more important as TSA brings in new touchless and identity vetting capabilities.
Many agencies are at work on improving transactions that must and always will take place in person.
For John Beieler, the director of Science and Technology for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, that means making sure agencies invest in S&T capabilities.
The pandemic has inspired new uses for facial recognition software, but may require tweaking of algorithms.
Lawmakers took GSA to task for purchasing 150 China-made video conferencing cameras in 2022, calling it “a very troubling episode.”
Col. Michael Medgyessy, the CIO of Air Force Intelligence Office, is putting in IT to solve problems more quickly and drive decision making to the edge.
Login.gov adopting facial recognition technology is a significant moment for this technology and could spur more adoption for others moving forward.
The Biden administration’s executive order on artificial intelligence handed an assignment to the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Amid rising geopolitical tensions, the Defense Department is harnessing the power of 5G to bolster the military’s communications capabilities.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is on the march, establishing what it calls regional innovation engines. It is getting organized around AI.
The new EO will target areas like biometrics, geolocation data, personal health information, and other sensitive data.
The State Department and National Institutes of Health reap diplomatic, scientific benefits from leaning into artificial intelligence.