PDaaS makes data sharing practical while preserving privacy, breaking the zero-sum mold of sharing or privacy, but not both.
Google’s Tree Canopy Lab uses aerial imagery, 3D digital surface models and artificial intelligence to estimate and map the density of tree canopy cover and support decision-making related to air quality and heat island risk.
Basic research conducted at the National Institutes of Health, Defense Department and federally funded academic laboratories has been the essential ingredient in the rapid development of vaccines in response to COVID-19.
A computer vision, artificial intelligence and natural language processing platform that standardizes scanned document images and extracts select data is streamlining how IRS manages its data and interacts with taxpayers.
Los Alamos National Laboratory developed systems software elements that use computational storage to achieve orders-of-magnitude performance improvement for scientific data analysis.
These projects at the federal, state and local levels show just how transformative government IT can be.
Using 5G to automate security operations increases agencies’ adaptability, speed, integration and automation -- all crucial features of efficient, trusted government services delivery.
The Air Force is the latest to call for wearables that monitor biometric data and alert service members if they may be infected.
Developing an early warning system that tracks the emergence and alignment of conspiracy theory narratives could alert researchers – and authorities – to real-world actions people might take based on these narratives.
Smart sensors embedded in concrete enable engineers to monitor the infrastructure and make data-driven decisions about when a road can open while retaining maximum life expectancy.