Anthony Robbins, federal vice president at NVIDIA, discusses the leaps and bounds artificial intelligence is making and the ways it can improve both government operation and the private sector.
To honor the late Under Secretary for Health Dr. Robert Jesse, the Department of Veterans Affairs named an annual award for Excellence in Innovation in his name.
Tribetan CEO Tiffany Norwood discussed the art of storytelling and why it’s important to master that skill to help grow your business.
Sharon Hays, senior fellow at LMI, discusses the ways that government contractors are pushing tech innovation with the help of the federal government.
On this week’s EXTRA episode, we learn more about innovations in food technology, and the legal battles around them, by speaking to Stuart Pape, head of FDA practice at Polsinelli; Gene Grabowski, partner at kglobal; and Richard Levick, founder and CEO of LEVICK.
The first five sites, which are part of the broader NavalX project, are in California, Rhode Island, Washington state, Florida and Indiana.
Silicon Valley gets a lot of attention from military leaders but one vet argues more support is needed for innovation cells at US college and universities.
Dcodes’ Megan Metzger and Nate Ashton talk about how their company is helping federal IT officials adjust to innovative products offered today.
Richard Levick, CEO of Levick; Phil Bond, president of government affairs for Potomac International Partners, and Elizabeth Rogers, regulatory expert and partner at Michael Best, discuss the myriad problems facing future regulations for the tech industry, and how regulations might take shape in the near future.
Andrew Scobie, founder of Faraday Grid, discusses how America’s electrical infrastructure has changed little in over a century, and how his company hopes to revolutionize the industry.