Engineers have long had tools such as computer-aided design and a lot of vendors provide CAD modeling software. But ARPA-E is going beyond that.
The Army isn’t looking to build most of its artificial intelligence technologies from scratch. Instead, it’s looking to tweak existing, commercial off-the-shelf technologies to suit its purposes.
In this interview with Federal News Network’s Tom Temin, KPMG’s Kirke Everson describes the three levels of RPA maturity and how to achieve them, and he describes use cases for RPA deployed internally and for public services. Hear more on Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Month.
Bill Conner, CEO of SonicWall joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss enterprise cybersecurity and how his company can help federal agencies stop advanced malware attacks.
In today’s Federal Newscast, all signs point to federal employees’ paychecks looking a little larger by early next week.
IARPA Director Stacey Dixon said the agency has laid the groundwork for two programs focused on ways to overcome adversarial machine learning.
This program will provide a progress report on machine learning and AI in government.
Lawmakers say a decrease in funding for Energy’s 2020 budget could hurt “critical” energy and national security programs, as well as global competitiveness. Secretary Rick Perry defends cuts, claiming the agency is becoming more sustainable with its investments.
Steven Touw, co-founder and CTO at Immuta, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss precise controls for accessing high value data and the most cost effective way to accomplish this task.
Bob Gourley and Matt Devost, co-founders of tech research and advisory firm OODA, discuss the rise of machine learning and A.I., and how their national security background and the D.C. region give them a distinct insight into the new technologies.