By combining principles of big data analytics with software analysis, DARPA wants to make significant advances in the way software is built, debugged, verified, maintained and understood.
Increasingly, the technology is being used for retention analysis, fraud detection, medical diagnosis and risk assessment in both the public and private sectors.
The National Atlas of the United States and the National Map will be combined into a single platform.
Beacon technology has inspired ideas for the public sector applications including ones to help people find their way around a courthouse or to locate the nearest bailiff.
A Rand Secure Data survey found that archiving, backup and ediscovery systems don't always meet expectations.
The Department of Homeland Security is offering access to free managed security services as part of a renewed push for states to adopt new NIST cybersecurity guidelines.
NIH and George Washington University researchers partner to accelerate genomics research using Internet2’s 100G network.
A strong API layer is one of the most important components in the U.S. Navy’s official app, which connects sailors and their families with relevant and updated content.
DARPA is looking for a tool that authenticates electronic components at any step of the supply chain.
The Cook County Board approved technology upgrades to track the location of county vehicles and automate building inspections, in a move away from a paper-based system.