Recipients also are being pressured for money to avoid arrest.
Officials at Health and Human Services took an idea from their colleagues at Census to use big data and public-private collaboration to design systems that can save lives.
For all the damage that can come as the result of cyberattacks, the cost of severed trust is almost always the highest.
The casino mecca is piloting countless new technologies in public spaces in a bid to boost its smart-city brand. Worrying about the risks will come later.
Funding uncertainty, administrative burden on recipients continue as challenges.
As China and Russia move to weaponize space, the U.S. military is working to give its constellations a “fighting chance.”
International travelers can expect to see more facial recognition and other biometric technologies per the latest national security strategy document.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking to build artificial intelligence into neural interfaces to let humans control machines with their thoughts.
Defense officials want to accelerate the delivery of artificial-intelligence tools from the lab to the field. But it's hard to obtain the massive data streams that make AI work.
Researchers recommended lawmakers give regulators more power to write rules and punish the companies that break them.
Public libraries are one of the most trusted institutions, and they want to make sure everyone has access to the information cities are collecting and sharing.
Software recommendations come as follow-up to 2016 review of alleged political bias.
GOES-17 is operational and monitoring weather in the Pacific and western United States.
A study says the U.S. is above average when it comes to cybersecurity, but it’s not the best nation.
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