Cyber crimes and equipment failures may run far behind human error.
The annual program recognizes 100 individuals who have played pivotal roles in the federal government IT community.
Researchers are working to decipher how the brain’s visual system processes information in hopes of advancing machine learning algorithms and computer vision.
The Kansas City Housing Authority is working with Google to bring free gigabit Internet to over 1,300 families in the metro area.
Making provenance data open and accessible gives more people information about a piece’s sometimes sordid history, including clues that might uncover evidence of Nazi confiscation.
Museums are finding ways to convert even the provenance of artwork into open data, offering an out-of-the-box lesson in accessibility to public sector agencies.
A partnership between the city and Microsoft allows students and families to download Office 365.
According to the Government Accountability Office, better data collection and coordination of services would help agencies ensure high-speed Internet service in tribal communities.
The Startup In Residence Challenge pairs government agencies with innovative startups to research, build and test technology products that address civic challenges.
With information collected from state-certified treatment providers, the Bed Availability Dashboard lets users search for openings by location, age and gender.