Better data and better analytic tools mean more accurate — and more useful — digital twins.
Artificial intelligence (AI), unlike other forms of automation, can learn and generate ideas that elude humans. But what does AI “learning” actually mean? Here are the basics.
Every agency employee needs to embrace IT transformation for change to really happen. That’s certainly true when organizations transition to greater use of cloud services.
Artificial intelligence is not a singular technology — there are, in fact, many types of AI, each with unique uses and concerns for agencies to consider.
In government, tasks and processes can easily become backlogged, but there are five strategies to help you scale down the growing pile of work.
Artificial intelligence technology, including generative AI and large language models, provide many important capabilities, but there are misconceptions about how effective AI actually can be.
Despite talk about the importance of completely replacing agency mainframes, there actually are five ways to make mainframes work for you, explains a GovLoop featured contributor.
The thoughtful creation of agency acquisition teams is an innovative way to ensure that acquisition policies, practices and attitudes lead to timely mission success.
Agencies need a true partner, not just a technology vendor, to help them address security needs while incorporating industrial Internet-of-Things devices into their information technology (OT) and operational technology (OT) systems.
Making decisions can be difficult, but you can help guide your agency and organize your calendar by considering the relevant urgency and importance of particular choices.