Veterans Embrace Virtual Therapists

Service members are more likely to open up about PTSD symptoms to a virtual interviewer, rather than on

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Artificial intelligence is seemingly everywhere these days, from self-driving cars and virtual assistants to medical innovations. Referencesmore
Automating mundane tasks could help free up federal agencies from wasting their time with manual processes. But most agencies say they don’tmore
Artificial intelligence is one of the hottest trends in government and industry. This column aims to shine the spotlight on where the most imore

One person tells another, with less CIOs, we saved on pastries.


The sustained high frequency of successful cyberattacks against corporations and government agencies has made one thing clear: Perimeter-cen

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In the past two years, governments around the globe have developed plans to prepare for the benefits and advancements of artificial intelligmore
A federal group dedicated to driving commonality governmentwide to accelerate cloud adoption plans to get outside help and make its informatmore
By 2020, Gartner, Inc. predicts “connected things” worldwide will reach 20.4 billion, and EMC anticipates the digital universe, or the datamore



In May 2017, Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., introduced a bill known as the Federal Agency Customer Experience Act of 2017. If enacted in its

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The Agile Advocate is a series of thoughts or musings on the agile movement and DevOps in particular. It was motivated by the seminal work omore
Across the government ecosystem, there’s talk about focusing on business/mission outcomes and customer needs for designing and delivering semore
GovernmentCIO Magazine will begin featuring a new comic strip portraying the whimsical side of federal technology.more

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