The nine-year Scalable, Adaptive and Resilient Autonomy program aims to develop resilient, intelligent and collaborative ground and aerial vehicles that can operate in complex and contested environments.
The lack of an enterprisewide cloud computing platform has slowed the Pentagon’s AI momentum.
Indiana Department of Transportation is working with Purdue University researchers to build intelligent infrastructure that is adaptive, sustainable and resilient.
Using datasets on climate, health and social movement, researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab want to identify what influences COVID-19 transmission.
Adding virtual agents to sites and call centers helped Illinois and New York clear unemployment claim backlogs and accelerated their IT modernization plans.
To take advantage of evidence-based approaches to supervising offenders on parole, one federal office wants to teach interested staff about data science.
COVIDScholar includes tools that pick up subtle clues like similar drugs or research methodologies to recommend relevant research to scientists, saving them valuable time.
A new report from the Government Accountability Office describes how federal law enforcement agencies analyze fingerprint, photo and DNA evidence in criminal investigations.
Researchers at MIT were able to draw a direct correlation between quarantine measures and a reduction in the effective reproduction number of the virus.
The Naval Information Warfare Center wants new ways to help enterprise data centers perform at an expert level despite not having sufficient IT staff with extensive experience.
True automation and full transformation of SecOps needs a vision that’s more than adding tools and data streams and recognizes the constraints and strengths of public-sector organizations.
As the Defense Department shifts from manual and human-based decision-making to automated, machine-led analysis, it is uncovering new challenges to using the technology.
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