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Following the worst weather year ever, the federal government is investing heavily in supercomputing to improve forecasting.
Agencies should avoid moonshot goals, a report suggests.
Automating compliance checklists could save time and result in better data, the Postal Service inspector general found.
Local officials are hoping high-resolution, hydrodynamic models using fluid physics will improve preparedness and response in a low-lying region vulnerable to flooding.
Leaders should keep in mind that IA can mean jarring changes for their agencies.
The intel agency is hacking hiring rules to fill three new digital teams in its quest for data dominance.
The agency's central platform will let employees dabble in data sets and analytics tools.
These databases can scoop up everything from addresses, to medical history, supermarket membership, and delivery records.
November 20, 2017
Wind delayed the two previous launch dates.
The intelligence community can serve as a test-bed for startups pitching AI and other emerging technologies.
NOAA's sending a high-powered replacement into space to boost its weather forecasting capabilities.
Real-time feedback could help the Veterans Affairs Department direct respondents to task forces for suicide or homelessness.
If we can’t get it right with humans, how are we meant to train machines to do a better job?
August 17, 2017
William Roper says the military must get better at feeding the voracious learning algorithms that will fight future battles.
, Defense One
March 29, 2017
Made up of kinetic sand, a toy that feels like the stuff on the beach but has the consistency of Silly Putty, the system's miniature bridges, lakes and other structures morph -- or disappear -- when a finger crushes critical infrastructure.
The department is looking for businesses to help government use data.
The agency wants to become a “data-driven” organization.
Analytics.usa.gov keeps tabs on traffic to more than 4,000 government websites.
Hackers’ reconnaissance activities are shrouded within massive amounts of data, and are difficult to detect.
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