One company hopes to create an “Internet of Garbage,” with the promise to bring better logistics to municipal waste.
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.
The group wants Google CEO Sundar Pichai to provide answers—in writing, and in person—on the microphones discovered in Nest products.
The Army Research Lab is funding tech that could put the computing power of the cloud in the hands of individual soldiers—and ultimately bring more artificial intelligence to the battlefield.
Democrats and Republicans from both chambers of Congress said they want cutting-edge tech patrolling the border but GOP members of the conference committee say they want physical barrier funding, too.
The U.S.-China Commission wants to look at how Chinese smart cities development plans could affect U.S. economic and national security.
An agency group is going abroad for ideas about 5G, artificial intelligence, machine learning and cybersecurity.
The internet of things is full of vulnerabilities.
Strengthening the nation’s cyber stance was top of mind, with a new House Energy and Commerce Committee cyber report, and bills to improve connected devices and cyber education.
But agency chief information officers could make exceptions, according to the legislation.
The upside is tremendous.
The intelligence community’s research arm is upgrading SCIF security to protect against threats from personal devices and sensors.
The goal is to avoid collisions.
Federal agencies could shape the security of connected devices by using the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
The range of devices that the law covers is incredibly broad.
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