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It Takes More Than Tech Skills To Be a Strong Cyber Leader

A White House cyber policy official and a cybersecurity professor both encourage students to broaden their studies beyond technology and coding.

This is Why the IARPA Director Doesn’t Worry About Self-Aware Artificial Intelligence

Poorly engineered artificial intelligence is more likely to keep Jason Matheny up at night than a program becoming sentient.

Jupiter Will Never Stop Surprising Scientists

NASA’s Juno mission keeps churning out stunning images of the gas planet’s clouds—and more mysteries about what lurks underneath.

Would the FBI Arrest Tony Stark or Ultron?

As artificial intelligence programs become aware and autonomous, law enforcement will have to figure out where responsibility lies.

This is What The White House Science And Tech Office Has Been Up To

The president’s science and technology advisers released a rundown of major milestones over the last year, from creating the American Technology Council to the passage of the Modernizing Government Technology Act.

OPM’s Post-Breach Contracting Efforts Fall Short Again, IG Says

The way OPM contracted for credit monitoring services has come under scrutiny.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, center, sits next to Commissioner Mignon Clyburn, left, and Commissioner Michael O'Rielly.

House Passes Bill Strengthening Powers of FCC CIO

The bill would reauthorize the Federal Communications Commision, encourage broadband development and make some changes to the commission’s oversight.

MilCloud 2.0 Meets Another Milestone

CSRA’s milCloud 2.0 can now host the most sensitive unclassified data across the Defense Department.

Kushner Announces ‘Whole of Government’ Plan To Improve Health Tech

Presidential adviser Jared Kushner said the administration has a plan to prioritize access to and interoperability of patient health data.

Lax Census Background Checks Could OK ‘Unfit’ Employees for 2020

Part of the problem is the type of contract the agency used to vet the temporary workers who handle the data, the inspector general found.