FILE- In this April 26, 2017, file photo, the IBM logo is displayed on the IBM building in Midtown Manhattan, in New York. IBM says it is getting out of the facial recognition business over concern about how it can be used for mass surveillance and racial profiling. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File)

IBM lays out plan for a ‘digital society’

IBM has a history spanning the earliest mainframe computers to artificial intelligence and blockchain. Now it’s published what it calls bold ideas for…

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DoD taking renewed interest in blockchain amid COVID-19 pandemic

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LabCFTC proving financial regulatory sector and innovation is not an oxymoron

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Bureau of Fiscal Service sees potential for blockchain, AI in new pilot programs

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HHS, DISA thinking beyond passwords with network security pilot

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HHS new contract writing system testing more than an innovative technology approach

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NSA dares students to break the cyber code, and then recruits them

NSA’s six-year-old program challenges students and others to solve a multi-step cybersecurity problem as a way to expose them to the type of work the…

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NARA considers blockchain to verify records amid rise in deepfake videos

The National Archives and Records Administration considers a growing role in blockchain authenticating digital copies of its images and videos.

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For FDA, blockchain means faster ID management and safer mangoes

The Department of Health and Human Services already uses blockchain in its acquisition shop to buy bulk items more cheaply, but now the Food and Drug Administration sees it as a tool to manage threats to the global food supply chain. 

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