Generative AI tools are powerful, officials note, but come with a series of challenges.
Emerging technologies are improving climate modeling, weather forecasting, and threat detection and incident response.
VA is leveraging human-centered design to modernize for the veteran experience, according to VA tech leaders at the 2023 HIMSS conference in Chicago.
FEMA leverages geospatial imaging and IT-enabled machine learning to help predict hurricane landfall, assess storm damage and enable quicker disaster response.
Tech modernization initiatives need critical tools to keep the user experience top of mind.
Data is helping health clinicians improve drug addiction treatment.
The joint force needs transformational computing technologies to achieve JADC2.
AI and edge computing could help service members in combat zones endure through difficult circumstances.
A series of research initiatives use artificial intelligence to better understand the long-term impacts of traumatic brain injury.
Army is taking a cross-government, multi-nation approach to securing cyber at speed.
Complex data integration is helping researchers and clinicians understand the origins of TBI – and how to better treat it.
Public health researchers are developing methods for better detecting and predicting dangerous forms of cancer.
VA is using new capacities like artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve treatment for conditions ranging from brain cancer to TBI.
The Defense Department sees great advantages of artificial intelligence and machine learning when it comes to supporting its workforce and back-office functions.
USPTO experts discuss new findings and growth potential across AI and emerging technologies.
CYBERCOM Executive Director Dave Frederick discussed his priorities and cyber concerns as the command gets more budgetary control.
The agency is using synthetic data in support of health care and biomedical research initiatives.
Commander Gen. Glen VanHerck said intelligent automation better protects the homeland by promptly disseminating raw data throughout the world.
Agencies are supporting AI and data analytics projects through more advanced hybrid clouds.
Federal health IT leaders highlight how training the workforce, recognizing business needs and building trust are key for successful data modernization.