Open source software

(Graphic courtesy U.S. Army)Artificial intelligence and machine learning could be used to boost efficiencies in various DLA processes, a working group from DLA's Analytics Center of Excellence recently found. (Graphic courtesy U.S. Army)

DARPA competition will use AI to find, fix software vulnerabilities

The “AI Cyber Challenge” announced today will be a two-year effort with involvement from leading companies Anthropic, Google, Microsoft and OpenAI.

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CISA, DHS eye open source software use in critical infrastructure

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Joe Castle is a recent PhD graduate from Virginia Tech, who studied federal technology policy and open source software, and is a federal employee.

When it comes to open source, culture continues to eat strategy, policy for lunch

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Taming and modernizing the “beast”

Paul Saladna and Shamlan Siddiqi, with NTT DATA Federal Services, Inc., join host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss agile software…

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Get out of the 5-year rut: Modernize your IT in just 1 year

Pawin Chawanasunthornpot, an enterprise architect at REI Systems, details considerations for program managers, acquisition officials and contractors as…

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Open-source software is every company’s vulnerable backbone

JC Herz, national expert on open-source software and COO and founder of Ion Channel, discusses how open-source code makes up around 80 percent of all proprietary business software. If that code doesn’t come from a reliable source or a consistent committer, it can result in huge security problems for consumers.

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