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Census Bureau hopes Siri and Alexa can help it reach hard-to-count populations

by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier • 3 months ago

The agency is teaming up with digital assistant companies to build custom 2020-related integrations.

Many workers at AI companies have reservations about law enforcement use, survey finds

by Billy Mitchell • 4 months ago

Slightly more than half of the Microsoft, Google and Amazon employees said they "are willing to create AI software used by law enforcement."

Air Force’s new aircraft maintenance app cuts down record-keeping hassles

by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier • 5 months ago

The iOS app BRICE aims to cut down on the amount of "walking, wandering and waiting" that aircraft maintainers have historically had to do.

Veterans to get iPhone health record access this summer

by Billy Mitchell • 9 months ago

Within 24 hours of visiting a VA facility, veterans will be able to access their updated health information in the Apple Health app, according to the VA's plans.

Apple exec Dave Levy to join AWS

by FedScoop Staff • 3 years ago

Levy, a 12-year veteran heading government sales for Apple, is slated to lead AWS' business with federal agencies as vice president of the U.S. federal sector.

Majority of iPhone users have yet to update iOS in wake of Pegasus discovery

by Chris Bing • 3 years ago

When news broke that three dangerous software vulnerabilities in Apple’s supremely popular mobile operating system were discovered by a collective team of researchers on August 24, the Cupertino, Calif.-based electronics giant sounded the alarm and quickly pushed out a remote security software update for iOS 9.3.5 to its customers. Apple’s reasonable concern, however, is apparently not shared by a majority of its customers, according to new data collected by San Francisco-based data analytics firm MixPanel.

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