8 Overly Confident, Mostly Pessimistic Predictions About Tech in 2018

The bankification of Big Tech, a strange profusion of wheeled vehicles, and more predictions about the year to come.

Senate's Self-Driving Car Bill Encourages Bug Disclosure Program

Unlike House legislation, the bill envisions a cyber vulnerability disclosure program for the self-driving car sector.

Congress Wants Answers About the Equifax Breach

The House also passed self-driving car bill and the Homeland Security Department reorganization got a favorable CBO score.

Federal Spending on Drones Goes Under the Sea

Of the billions it spends on unmanned vehicles, the federal government's focus is shifting from the skies to the sea.

How Games Advance Emerging Tech

Strategy games have long been a proving ground for artificial intelligence, but what could driverless cars learn from a hyper-violent video game?

What's Next in Federal Technology?

Download Nextgov's ebook on emerging tech trends impacting the federal government and how it delivers services to citizens.

The Russia Hearing That Wasn’t and What Else Congress Did

Health care may have dominated the week, but lawmakers also tackled internet privacy rights and how DHS buys tech.

Lawmakers Want Self-Driving Cars To Thrive But Still Fear Hacks

Despite positives, manufacturers still face concerns that cars could be hijacked.

With Self-Driving Cars, the Future is Now

Much of what was considered the stuff of science fiction is today certainly within reach technologically.

3 Bumps on the Road Ahead for Shared Autonomous Vehicles

The Uber that blew through a red light in San Francisco raised unanswered questions about policing, manufacturers’ guidelines, and shared space.