The application automates the process of matching gift-giving sponsors with families in need.
Amazon Web Services announced 18 winners of its 2019 public-sector challenge that recognizes organizations for their cloud-based innovations.
Error-correction, which is fundamental to a multi-purpose computer, poses such a significant challenge to quantum computers that it may prohibit their use at a commercial scale.
The Massachusetts State Police have tested a four-legged robot for remote observation of potentially hazardous situations.
Artificial intelligence can streamline or eliminate manual labor, but organizations still need managers to monitor and make corrections when results discrimination surfaces.
The top public-sector use cases for artificial intelligence are quality control, workforce management and cybersecurity, according to a recent survey.
More than 10,000 public safety agencies have subscribed to FirstNet, the wireless broadband public-safety network.
With a security-driven network approach, IT teams can establish a single, cohesive security strategy across their entire distributed network.
Amazon Web Services announced a new cloud-based development environment that allows users to experiment with quantum computing.
The Corporate Emergency Access System makes it easier to verify that someone claiming to be essential company personnel is in fact essential.
The Department of Commerce has proposed a new rule to identify, evaluate and address business transactions involving the use of Chinese-made telecommunications gear in U.S. infrastructure
Cities must change and improve their approach to finding, testing and deploying smart technology innovations to effectively roll out such systems.
An emergency response communications platform leverages ham radio and satellite internet to deliver messages when cellular networks are down.
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