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Government data and emerging tech leaders discuss the ramifications of the data boom and how agencies can harness it.
An online portal would streamline how government agencies purchase supplies.
The Defense Department looks to AI for solving some of its largest problems.
The agency's chief data officer discusses leveraging data in its IT modernization efforts to make flying safer.
HHS ONC technology and policy leads discuss new rules to increase interoperability.
The service's CIO discusses five rules for IT modernization and how his agency is using them to go mobile.
DARPA's Information Innovation Office seeks to balance hardware specialization and programmability in new program.
DOD's chief data officer emphasizes evidence-based decision-making, aligning data management efforts with DOD business leaders and building industry pipelines to drive government data science.
New efforts would require healthcare entities to offer immediate electronic access by 2020 and to make shopping for care easier with price transparency.
The department is looking for innovative vendors to streamline purchasing, eliminate redundant contracts and provide purchasers with real-time data.
In order to fix it, the chief data officer is working on improving data quality and making data sets machine-readable.
China might have developed a radar that can detect stealth aircraft using quantum physics.
They already disabled a London airport, but can technology help?
When Orion reaches lunar orbit in the early 2020s, it’ll have technology on board to send back HD-quality video.
They share a list with terrorism, climate change and nuclear weapons.
Healthcare industry is adopting AI tools and techniques thanks to data accessibility, but to truly reap the benefits, data needs proper governance.
Artificial intelligence is setting up shop in just about every aspect of government operations, and it’s just getting started.
Companies are deploying artificial intelligence without standardized ethics or measured implications.
Alastair Thomson, CIO, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute