Pentagon’s autonomous weapon rules might be in for a revamp￼
A lot has changed since the release of DOD Directive 3000.09, so now, senior officials are considering updates to better suit modern capabilities.
Senate intelligence committee discusses science and tech monitoring to outcompete China
Experts say the government would benefit from an analytic capability that flags unwanted technology transfers in real time.
Why Microsoft views quantum technology as a ‘big prize to go after’
It’s one of many U.S. companies prioritizing this emerging and potentially disruptive field.
White House launches plan to safeguard US infrastructure against quantum computers of the future
Future quantum computers might break much of the cryptography that currently protects modern digital communication on the internet.
Delivering speed and security for operational capabilities
Arlette Hart of Leidos explains the advantages organizations have when they consistently tie together their cybersecurity and operational capabilities.
First-ever federal standards strategy would make NIST’s work more relevant to industry
The strategy should identify specific areas of emerging tech where government wants to innovate, experts say.