Members of Montgomery County, Md.’s Community Emergency Response Team are training an artificial intelligence-based system to find COVID-related items in Twitter posts that public safety officials should know about.
Researchers are working to identify new ways of detecting fake satellite photos, warn of the dangers of falsified geospatial data and call for a system of geographic fact-checking.
The National Association of State Workforce Agencies’ Integrity Data Hub has prevented about $243 million in improper unemployment insurance payments.
Results from the Office of Personnel Management’s annual employee survey indicates federal employee job satisfaction improved during pandemic.
The Federal Communications Commission is planning to expand the sharing of communications network disruption data with certain agencies during emergencies.
The Army wants to use artificial intelligence and machine learning to decrease the cognitive burden on intelligence analysts, provide timely information to decision-makers and identify specific targets with a high confidence in real time or near real time.
Agencies are leveraging cloud technologies to enable secure data collaboration across locations, streamline infrastructure management and help ensure compliance.
Former Federal CIO Suzette Kent discusses the importance of -- and challenges with -- using data and artificial intelligence to meet agency missions.
The federal government’s climate data must be available to the state, local and private-sector decision-makers who need it, lawmakers said.
Seventeen states have complained that differential privacy, the statistical method the Census Bureau is using to protect individuals privacy, makes accurate redistricting impossible.