AI Needs to Earn Our Trust, Just Like Any Human Relationship

The entire premise behind machine learning is that it learns from failure or success.

How NIH is Organizing Its Enormous Troves of Data

The agency has a new strategic plan for how to manage, store and analyze its scientific data.

These New 3D-Printed Corneas Could Help 15 Million People See Again

It’s another marvel of three-dimensional printing, using stem cells, collagen and "bio-ink"

How the NGA App Store Put Tech Acquisition in Top Gear

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency can bring innovative software tools to government in as little as a few months.

Got A Lot On Your Mind? Try 3D Printing Your Brain

This new technology has got you covered inside and out, from head to toe.

DARPA Wants You to Brainstorm New Warfighting Ideas

The agency wants to find the next great warfighting idea, no matter how crazy or nontraditional it might seem.

DHS Has a Plan to Make You Stop Hating Airport Security

The agency is looking at ways to speed up passenger screening while improving security from "curb to gate."

GSA Wants to Help Your Agency Cash in on the Technology Modernization Fund

An upcoming workshop will teach feds how best to pitch projects to a board of administration officials.

NOAA’s Newest Weather Satellite Isn’t Working Right

The satellite's “premiere” instrument gets too hot at night and engineers are struggling to find out why.

Cybersecurity ‘Moonshot’ Plan to Head to Trump in November

An advisory group shared broad principles of the moonshot plan, but no details, Thursday.

Pentagon is Planning Another Bug Bounty Contract

The contract envisions some short contests of just a few weeks and some that are ongoing.

Better Government Websites Build Trust with Citizens, Silicon Valley Lawmaker Says

Rep. Ro Khanna's customer-experience focused bill would require agencies to go all digital by 2020.