Insiders say the first-of-its-kind machine will accelerate innovation and discovery across the health, defense and climate sectors—and beyond.
Lawmakers need to pave the way for AI by encouraging widespread 5G adoption, Rep. Will Hurd said.
Women, especially if they are Hispanic, may be at most financial risk from the automation of jobs says a new report from the Institute for Women’s Policy Research.
A bipartisan bill introduced this week would strengthen consumer protections around facial recognition technology.
The federal government could do more to promote innovation at the state and local levels by doing less, according to San Jose’s mayor.
“This case is hugely significant,” says one legal scholar.
Defense Department cyber leaders explained the 2020 budget request and offered insight into how U.S. Cyber Command is using its new acquisition authority.
AI won’t solve the military’s shortage of cyber professionals but can act as a force multiplier to ease the strain.
The Government Accountability Office found agencies assigned a non-IT code to more than 15,000 IT positions.
Things can go wrong when employees are taking risks. That's where senior officials step up, GSA’s Emily Murphy said.
This time the bill has bipartisan support in both houses of Congress.
Officials at the fore of the administration’s Centers of Excellence IT modernization program break down the major changes coming this year.
It's imperative for security to coincide with modernization, a Defense Department acquisition official said.
The agency is looking for commercial tech to map subterranean environments.
As it turns out, projects are often derailed from the beginning.
At SXSW, a beacon of technology idealism, mayors discuss how to deal with the difficult problems that can come with new tech.
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