Most states are addressing privacy issues, and the number of dedicated CPOs is on the rise.
The high-speed wireless network can make it easier for the Navy to work with the local public-safety community.
Although AI offers great potential for improving government services, the dangers of abuse, misuse and bias -- whether intentional or not -- have the potential to work against the very principles democracies have been built upon.
The Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System features a customizable, drop-in kit that would allow advanced automation to be easily added to existing aircraft.
The Food and Drug Administration built a cloud-based, customizable blockchain system that securely shares data on medical treatments used during epidemics and chemical or biological disasters in real time.
Machine learning can improve the tax process if it is trained on human-verified historical data, enables personalized returns and provides transparency into how its algorithms make decisions.
The open-source Severe Contingency Solver software can help government agencies better plan for power outages caused by extreme events.
Nation-states and others are targeting critical infrastructure in much the same way they do traditional IT systems.
The full-body scanners at airports across the country frequently give false alarms for Afros, braids, twists and other hairstyles popular among black women.
A new report discusses the suitability of zero-trust networks in government and the challenges implementing those solutions would present for agencies.
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