NSF’s new AI Institutes will leverage industry resources to expand network
The agency has flagged eight new thematic areas where AI research is needed.
Clouds that stop rust: Navy merges cloud, drones and AI for ship maintenance
A new Navy pilot will merge drones and powerful machine learning tech to detect rust and other issues on ships, hoping to eventually predict maintenance before it is needed.
As data-sharing becomes more crucial, agencies say industry can help with privacy issues
The Census Bureau and others are looking for help, especially with commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technology that could help fight the coronavirus pandemic while protecting people's identities.
Introducing Brilliant in 20 — a podcast hosted by former VA CIO LaVerne Council
Brilliant in 20 is a celebration of leadership, sharing the lessons learned by visionaries in a variety of fields like technology, business and government in just about 20 minutes.
Northern Command calls upon Palantir, Apple and others to bring new tech to coronavirus fight
NORTHCOM partnered with tech companies to develop apps for the military's COVID-19 response personnel to communicate directly with the commanding general.
Defense Innovation Board’s Josh Marcuse heads to Google
The executive director of the Defense Innovation Board is leaving for Google where he will work in the tech giant's public sector team.