Agencies, industry and individuals presented digital tools using open federal data and artificial intelligence at the March 1 demo day.
The Defense Innovation Unit is on the lookout for a system to detect, identify and mitigate attacks from swarms of drones.
Robotic process automation is setting the stage for artificial-intelligence-based processes that could drive profound changes in how agencies work.
Automated security testing has become an integral part of the normal DevOps workflow, ensuring that compliance validation is done continuously and at the speed of development.
The Autonomic Intelligent Cyber Sensor can identify and divert hackers without human intervention.
With a determined, focused government, inexhaustible funding, a growing cadre of smart researchers and a large, digital-hungry population, China is executing its strategy for AI while the U.S. is still wrestling to create one.
As the expectations of citizens continue to grow, agencies must accelerate their plans to develop more commercial-like, citizen-centric services, and AI will be a key driver.
The Postal Service wants information about sensor, guidance and operational technologies as well as expertise on testing and integrating the autonomous vehicle tech into its existing fleet.
It's time to shift away from the alchemy and astrology phase of AI research where designers try to replace or simulate human behavior in machines.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants autonomous systems that can evaluate how well they're doing a specific task and explain that to their human partners.
Like the express lane in the supermarket, making easy, repetitive, mundane tasks self-service saves time and speeds delivery, says Gartner's Brian Manusama.
Massive volumes of fragmented information are now available for the kind of deep-pattern analysis originally reserved for numerical databases.
Transforming the delivery of citizen services, increasing cybersecurity and supporting automation are essential to meeting the administration’s goals for modernization.
The Defense Department plans to use rapid prototyping, increased research and development and targeted training and recruitment to boost its artificial intelligence capabilities.