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DOD Officials: Use AI-Fueled Systems to Inform Policy-Makers, Not To Kill

July 13 Artificial intelligence is taking on a growing role in intelligence analysis in North Korea.

If It Cracked Down on Password Sharing, Netflix Could Probably Make $400M More a Year

July 13 Twelve percent of adults who use streaming services like Netflix have used credentials from someone outside of their household at some point.

DATA Act: Agile's First Governmentwide Win

July 11 Governmentwide projects are particularly complicated, but here's one that ends on time and under budget.

20% of Feds Say Their Agency Still Relies on Paper Records

July 10 And many federal employees also doubt the effectiveness of their chief data officers.

Smart Employers Don’t Let Job Applications Disappear Into a Black Hole

July 9 Companies that don’t notify applicants risk damaging their reputation.

However Strange Your Search, Chances Are Google Has Seen it Before

July 9 Trillions of queries are posed to Google every year. Think yours is unique?

4 Things You Need to Build Your Analytics Team

July 7 Three analytic practitioners share best practices for building a successful analytics shop.

To Improve AI, Scientists May Have to Make it Worse

July 7 Machine learning today isn’t great at knowing when it should hold on to old information, and when those data have become outdated.

Postal Service Busted Up a Billion-Dollar Drug Problem with Data

July 6 A scam attempting to fleece the government for millions of dollars was unearthed thanks to data analytics.

Today’s Interconnected Systems Magnify Simple Human Errors at Frightening Speed And Scale

July 5 A glitch in after-hours trading July 3 caused some Nasdaq-listed prices to go haywire.