White House Workforce Summit Aims to Future-Proof Tech Talent

The administration plans to reskill more than 300,000 employees over the next three years, including the IT workforce.

The Time to Automate Security is Now

Freeing up time to get away from fighting fires should be a huge priority.

What to Include in a National Framework for Self-Driving Vehicles

State and local officials had some ideas for Congress at a Wednesday hearing on Capitol Hill.

Automated Government

Federal agencies are ditching busy work to focus on missions.

How to Ace Your Chatbot Interview

Your next interview will begin with the ping of an incoming text message.

Using the MGT Act to Fuel IT Modernization

We are already beginning to see the positive impact of this legislation, including empowered CIOs.

Google DeepMind Researchers Join Pledge Not to Work in Lethal AI

Thousands of AI researchers sign letter forgoing work on autonomous weapons.

The Pentagon Wants to Automate Some Classification Decisions

The proposed software would help defense officials make classification decisions and automatically enforce them.

There’s About to Be A Lot More Creepy Boston Dynamics Robots in the World

The company may soon begin to turn its decades-long robotics research into an actual business.

Amazon Has Already Begun Automating Its White-Collar Jobs

It’s indicative of a wider trend in analytics-based jobs.

The Unbearable Awkwardness of Automation

The machine age is changing the nature of work. In the process, it is also transforming buildings, and making them less hospitable for human use.

Uber's AI Knows When You're Inebriated

Drunk passengers can be occupational hazards for drivers.

DARPA Wants to Merge Human and Computer Cyber Defenders

The CHESS program would build on DARPA’s autonomous cybersecurity contest and traditional hacking competitions.