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10/13/2021
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White House developing bill of rights to protect against data-driven technology abuses

The White House plans to develop a bill of rights that data-driven technologies like facial recognition must respect based, according to a request for information issued Friday. Dave Nycepir has the story.


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Modernizing Federal Cybersecurity — a new special report by FedScoop

FedScoop is excited to release a new special report exploring the federal government’s urgency to modernize its cybersecurity, the mandates the new administration has issued to drive progress, the workforce issues at the heart of this challenge and what’s around the bend as agencies adopt advanced technologies like artificial intelligence. Read the new special report.


Army expects Project Convergence to involve 5,000 personnel during 2021

The Army anticipates that test events for its flagship artificial intelligence project will involve at least 5,000 military and civilian personnel during 2021. Jackson Barnett has the details.


Customs and Border Protection finishes producing phone records in ACLU phone tracking suit

The Customs and Border Protection agency has handed over all requested records in response to a lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union over the use of phone tracking data for immigration enforcement. Other Department of Homeland Security units continue to produce records. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


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WATCH: WWT exec on the benefits of cloud-as-a-service versus traditional cloud

Chief technology advisor John Evans says agencies with requirements for low latency networking or data locality can look to cloud-as-a-service to help better unify data and make real-time decisions. That means that organizations can still take advantage of increased agility and flexibility even if their applications aren’t fully ready for the cloud. Watch Evans' full interview here.


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