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Because the Defense Department's contractors are critical to its mission, DOD is considering having a third party check sub-contractors' security posture against the National Institute of Standards and Technology cybersecurity standards.
By taking the detailed technical knowledge out of the hands of the integrators and putting it into an automated software-defined environment, agencies can craft policies to drive their work and increase efficiency.
IBM's Diversity in Faces dataset is an annotated collection of 1 million facial images drawn from pictures and videos compiled from Creative Commons data available on Flickr.
HHS BuySmarter Solutions Architect Ken Thompson said explained how the agency procurement staff became "smarter buyers than the vendors are sellers."
The Defense Advanced Research Project Agency's SubT Integration Exercise asks teams to quickly and remotely map, navigate and search underground environments.
The next decade offers an opportunity to create safe and efficient AI systems that can have far reaching benefits to society and humanity.
The Guaranteeing AI Robustness against Deception program aims to create machine-learning models that can defend against a wide range of attacks.
Defense Information Systems Agency is building an artificial intelligence-based service to check and verify security clearance applications against multiple data sources.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants off-the-shelf options for robotic process automation tools that can boost efficiency in the procurement process.
IT modernization isn’t only about replacing aging equipment. It’s also about implementing cutting-edge technology such as chatbots, virtual assistants and robotic process automation for better served citizens and more engaged employees.
The Unmanned Aircraft Systems Traffic Management pilot will focus on flight planning, communications, aircraft separation and weather services for these drones flying under 400 feet.
Early adopters of cutting-edge digital technologies have seen tangible cost savings and productivity increases.
Rather than integrating drones into current processes to gain efficiencies, agencies should identify unique problems the unmanned technology can solve.
Artificial intelligence will be a big part of the future acquisitions, particularly regarding air missile defense and other weapons systems, an Army acquisition exec says.
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