Navy holds AI and cybersecurity contest with $150,000 in cash prizes
The Naval Information Warfare Systems Command is hosting a contest for developing AI solutions for real-world cybersecurity challenges.
U.S. CIO Kent wants agencies ‘just to start’ using AI, emerging tech
Suzette Kent pushed agencies to begin the process of using AI to improve government services.
A ‘good use case’ is key to using artificial intelligence in government
Start with a "Goldilocks" problem — one that isn't too risky but still delivers value, panelists said at the AWS Public Sector Summit.
Government not just looking to regulate AI, but use it too
Leaders at FedTalks made their message clear: The government will not only regulate AI but also deploy it at agencies.
IARPA wants AI to keep its eye on that construction project
The agency wants to be able to automatically detect anthropogenic activities across the globe.
Cloud will mean better cybersecurity for sensitive DOD data, deputy CIO says
Donald Heckman, deputy CIO for cybersecurity at the Department of Defense, says the cloud is really an opportunity to improve the military's data management and cyber posture.