The tool, developed with Red Hat, is one of several the department is touting at the RSA Cybersecurity conference.
The trend should help agencies address many of the IT challenges they confront.
"Software powers business, it powers government, it powers culture."
The Code.mil open source initiative got a makeover and a new website: Code.mil.
Agencies can avoid vendor lock-in with hybrid open source software.
The dark side of open source.
Facebook’s open-source software is wildly popular among developers and has been used to build countless websites.
There's a new GitHub repository for anything built with Education Department data.
There are a few strategies agency administrators can adopt to help their open-source supply chains remain secure and reliable.
The government should eliminate code, not try to develop open-source methods.
What’s not available? The wealth of data necessary for the algorithms to actually function.
U.S. Chief Information Officer Tony Scott unveiled Code.gov on Thursday.
Artificial intelligence will weave open-source and satellite data into useful intelligence in real time, the Pentagon’s No. 2 says.
Parts of the government are using a deep web search engine that teaches itself to return better search results.
Users are charged 10 cents per page to view litigant documents.
The goal of this project is to allow a robot to become smart enough to not only recognize speech, but to also use the data it gathers to formulate appropriate responses on its own.
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