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Technology at NASA has many impacts beyond space exploration.
Small businesses are a crucial part to development next-generation cancer technology.
Various agencies are finding success in early use cases for AI, machine learning and RPA.
GovCast talks with the leader supporting scientific research and discovery through information technology.
Wynn talks challenges in managing new and legacy systems, plus barriers she's overcome as a woman in government IT.
When Orion reaches lunar orbit in the early 2020s, it’ll have technology on board to send back HD-quality video.
Before a lunar landing, NASA is developing a reusable and open orbit architecture that requires more tech and collaboration.
The 3D-printed robot floats around and responds to spoken commands.
The agency created a fake website and rigged document to try to obtain an IP address.
It was the first civilian federal agency to get involved with hacker-powered security in 2017.
They’re using advances in biotechnology to extend the body’s capabilities.
It’s uncommon for a candidate to quit training so early on.
Prototype boasts exercise equipment, a toilet and sleeping quarters.
Will the sleeping rover dig Wham?
Airborne automobiles are “major economic and transportation opportunity that U.S. must lead," NASA official says.
Focus is on airborne travel — for the most part autonomous — more than ground/air hybrids.
There’s no shortage of legislation aiming to grant CIO more power.
Rounding up IT and advanced tech-related news impacting government and industry.
We haven't touched down on the moon since 1972.
The agency's latest exoplanet-hunting satellite will use AI to ID habitable planets.