Aviation intelligence data on flight schedules and passengers will help public health analysts understand how global diseases are spread through air travel.
Weak competition yields high prices for consumers and little pressure for companies to upgrade their networks to offer better service.
The company announced plans to scale its systems to 50 qubits and make them commercially available for business and collaborative scientific research.
Military bases can benefit from technology that many American cities have already begun to test.
Communications by government officials in California who use personal devices or email accounts to conduct official business may be subject to disclosure under the California Public Record Acts.
NASA has released the latest software catalog listing the applications developed by the space agency that users can download.
Artificial intelligence will disrupt fields where human processing power falls short, but it can create opportunities that embrace creativity, social intelligence and manipulation.
The State Cyber Resiliency Act would set up a grant program to help develop and implement cyber resiliency plans and build a stronger cybersecurity workforce.
The Coast Survey has released a draft National Charting Plan that describes its strategy to improve the entire suite of NOAA charts, including changes to chart formats, scales, data compilation and symbology.
When implemented correctly, microservices architecture can dramatically accelerate and simplify modernization of complex systems.