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  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    January 2019

    NDIA Policy Points: AI Legislation Languishes in Congress

    By Alexandra Berge
    When the general public hears the term “artificial intelligence,” minds often race to scenes from movies like Terminator or they begin to think about popular rhetoric predicting robotic infiltration of the workplace and the accompanying human job displacement.
  • Navy News

    January 2019

    Navy to Industry: ‘It’s Not Your Data, It’s Ours’

    The Navy is on a long journey to move from an analog to an all-digital force, but if it’s to see this goal through, it must own the operations and maintenance data its platforms collect, one of its senior leaders said Jan. 15.
  • Cyber

    January 2019

    University to Open Cyber Lab in Central Florida

    ORLANDO, Fla. — The University of Central Florida is establishing a new cyber center with financial and mentoring support from Lockheed Martin, the organizations announced in December.
  • Cyber

    January 2019

    UPDATE: Trump Signs Quantum Computing Bill Into Law

    President Donald Trump has signed a bill into law designed to boost U.S. quantum computing technology.
  • Infotech

    January 2019

    Three Defense Department Tactical Comms Challenges for 2019

    By Charlie Kawasaki
    At a December hearing of the House Armed Services emerging threats and capabilities subcommittee...
  • Cyber

    November 2018

    Cybersecurity Market Poised for Further Growth

    The Defense Department is expected to significantly boost investment in cybersecurity technology over the next five years, according to a recent study.
  • Cybersecurity

    November 2018

    Defense Firms Should Seize Cyber Initiative

    By Christopher Smith
    American business is under attack. The recent confession by social media giant Facebook that hackers breached nearly 50 million of its users’ accounts, despite heavy investments in data and network security upgrades, reminds business and government observers of the significant cybersecurity risks menacing the private sector.
  • Cybersecurity

    November 2018

    The Nexus Between Cyber and Ethics

    By Brian E. Sweeney
    In September, Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan commented that the Pentagon intends to hold industry accountable for improved cybersecurity, and in that regard “we’re in a new world.”
  • Cyber

    November 2018

    Analysts Laud New Federal Cyber Strategies

    With high-tech adversaries increasingly targeting U.S. government networks, two recently released cybersecurity strategies are a step in the right direction, experts have said. The National Cyber Strategy and a summary of the Defense Department’s Cyber Strategy were both released in September. The documents provided high-level objectives for the Pentagon and other federal agencies to better wrap their arms around cybersecurity issues.
  • International

    September 2018

    Study: China Pursuing ‘Quantum Supremacy'

    China is poised to leap ahead of the United States in the race to develop quantum technology, according to a new report released Sept. 13.
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