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The agency's new initiative incorporates AI and machine-learning capabilities to advance health research.
IT leaders recommend identifying use cases to apply the technology.
Automation processes first need a solid foundation for the management of data.
With a senior-level AI position on the horizon, the agency explores opportunities and legal questions around the technology.
An upcoming tool currently in beta will streamline the processes for users filing and monitoring patent applications.
Treating security like a business function encourages agency leads to get involved early on.
Culture and emerging tech play a large role in DevOps efforts at the agency.
The intelligence research organization head talks her passion for solving problems in the intelligence community and how its outcomes go beyond national security.
Adoption of a commercial electronic health record will allow for fast adoption of emerging tech at the Defense Health Agency.
With a sign for a new wave for AI performing certain jobs, government agencies see value in bots.
And it’s partnering with researchers to find out how to detect them, plus other news.
Replacing repetitive tasks with automation can repurpose feds to higher-value work.
The Department of Health and Human Services aims to transform business processes with artificial intelligence in new request for proposals.
It taps sun and wind to let craft fly longer.
Airborne automobiles are “major economic and transportation opportunity that U.S. must lead," NASA official says.
Concerns remain about safety, cyberattacks and testing exemptions.
The bill plans to automate the way grantees report data to agencies with the tech of today.
And it’s holding a competition with $17,500 in prizes for the best agile robot approach.
Implementing orchestration frees up analysts’ time to respond to “sexier” alerts.