US, France agree to increase collaboration on quantum

Both countries want to increase their technical and scientific exchange around quantum computers, algorithms, networks and sensors.

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NOAA strikes climate modeling R&D agreement with Microsoft

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The agency will use Microsoft's Azure cloud platform to pilot Earth Prediction Innovation Center projects.

Why ICAM at the edge is critical to enabling mission success

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A new report highlights why federal agencies need to think beyond enterprise ICAM policies and deploy localized solutions designed for users operating in dynamic situations.

USPTO eyeing encryption-in-use technology to secure claims data

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CIO Jamie Holcombe says the capability could help protect patent applicants' sensitive claims data.

Palantir reports 26% rise in government revenue at Q3

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CEO Alex Karp noted that $987 million of the $1.3 billion in government contracts signed during the period were with the U.S. government.

NIST considers launching ‘supersized’ semiconductor manufacturing institute

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The agency has the authority to create up to three Manufacturing USA institutes, public-private partnerships intended to boost the domestic supply chain.

IRS seeks tool to help automate solicitation evaluation

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The agency wants to improve the efficiency of its procurement teams and help them to meet FAR and customer agencies' requirements.

Department of Energy launches ESnet6 high-performance data-sharing network

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ESnet6 increases the Energy Science Network's bandwidth to more than 46 terabits per second for handling data from experiments, models and simulations.

NTIS chief data scientist: Public-private partnership authority can help agencies with explainable AI

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The National Technical Information Service helps agencies to improve data collection, labeling and classifying, and use data to ensure machine-learning models can be trusted.

AI Bill of Rights must be accompanied by NIST risk management framework say experts

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Bias and privacy risks associated with the technology can't be properly identified until NIST completes much-awaited impact assessments.

NIST to establish online center for trustworthy and responsible AI resources

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The center will contain supporting guidance on trustworthy AI's characteristics, use cases and eventually add third-party contributions.

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