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The Machine-Assisted Analytic Rapid-Repository System will leverage advances in cloud computing with artificial intelligence and machine learning.
To keep up with the latest technology solutions, IT managers must take advantage of learning opportunities and skills development available from contractors, user communities and industry events.
Following cyber hygiene best practices will ensure agencies can keep their systems healthy, provide high-value cybersecurity and remain agile and responsive to citizen needs.
Low-cost drones not only pose a risk to public safety, but they can be instruments of foreign intelligence gathering, experts say.
Government must follow the lead of private industry and incorporate artificial intelligence into HR processes, the Naval Research Laboratory's Ranjeev Mittu says.
New tools give end users the ability to develop their own use-cases for AI-driven analytics.
The National Institute for Standards and Technology is looking for publishing software that will convert Microsoft Word and XML-based to multiple formats that will be accessible to both people and programs.
The successful transfer of 350 million emails helped open managers’ eyes to everyday, back-office applications for robotic process automation.
The Interior Department is testing an autonomous underwater vehicle to help manage oil spills in the Arctic and the Defense Department wants drones to locate and track submarines.
A video walking tour shows the mine where teams honed underground navigation and exploration technologies for unmanned systems.
The Federal Aviation Administration has approved key commercial unmanned aircraft projects and expanded drone research and integration programs.
The Quick Base low-code platform has helped streamline workflow, connect agency services and deliver operational data for decision-makers.
The General Services Administration may expand its Centers of Excellence core areas to include identity management and robotic process automation
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