The bill that would name and shame hackers that attack U.S. targets also advanced.
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You Should Be ‘Significantly Concerned’ There’s No White House Cyber Coordinator, Policy Experts Say
Cyber policy experts also worry we’re going the wrong way on integrating government cyber operations.
The Microsoft case set a precedent for not breaking up big tech companies.
The tax agency wants to know if the AI and machine learning are mature enough to secure its systems from cyberattacks.
Why are we still packing all of our career and family obligations into a few frantic decades?
Words with multiple meanings pose a special challenge to algorithms.
Air Combat Command chief invites tech firms to help build next-gen tools for the Pentagon. Also says dissent "is part of being an American."
The government should be focused on mitigating the danger any software can pose, rather than banning software from China and elsewhere, the NNSA CIO says.
The committee created two groups, one dedicated to machine learning and another for research and development priorities.
Legal opposition and strongly worded remarks could not defeat the president’s travel ban.
The company's idea is to be able to remotely record from your device.
The biggest challenge is determining how to invest funds wisely.
If the James Webb Space Telescope wants to get off the ground, it will need a blessing—and more money—from Congress.
Nominations are open for the annual Bold program, a showcase of federal innovation on the edge.
More and more technical jobs are becoming blue-collar ones.
A malfunction could mean wrongful identification of an innocent person.
The government’s big idea to bolster the nation’s collective cyber defense isn’t attracting private-sector participants.
Officials from the General Services Administration and Agriculture Department met with industry about the next phase of IT modernization efforts.
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