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ArchIntel’s AI in Competitive Intelligence Virtual Event to Discuss Competitive Landscape, Tech Trends and Program Development on Oct. 22nd

August Jackson, senior director of Market and Competitive Intelligence with Deltek

Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and big data have transformed how businesses conduct competitive intelligence (CI) and how our stakeholders use the developed analyses. Additionally, the federal government has integrated emerging technologies to remain competitive across the defense landscape. During ArchIntel’s AI in Competitive Intelligence Virtual Event, you will hear from federal and industry experts who will address how to remain competitive in business and warfare.

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Nuance’s Russell Brodsky: Biometric-Based Authentication, Engagement Tech Key to Achieving Seamless Customer Experience

Russell Brodsky Director of Govt Sales Nuance

Russell Brodsky, director of government sales at Nuance (Nasdaq: NUAN), said adopting biometric-based authentication systems and engagement technologies could help agencies offer a seamless and secure experience for citizens.

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Red Hat’s David Egts on Importance of Multicloud, Automation in Federal Digital Transformation

David Egts Chief Technologist Red Hat

David Egts, chief technologist at Red Hat’s North American public sector business, explained in a video interview posted Thursday on FedScoop how a multicloud portfolio approach to information technology helps accelerate digital transformation efforts in the federal government.

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Black Cape’s Abe Usher, Al Di Leonardo: AI, Machine Learning Could Help Agencies Speed Up Intelligence Analysis

Abe Usher

Black Cape Co-CEOs Abe Usher and Al Di Leonardo said automation technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning could help government agencies accelerate analysis of large data volumes and glean insights from data. They wrote about the three frameworks – TensorFlow, PyTorch and PyTorch scikit-learn – and how they help agencies and other organizations simplify AI adoption.

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Bicameral Bill Seeks to Boost Investments in Emerging Tech to Maintain US Science & Tech Leadership

Four lawmakers have proposed a bicameral bill to strengthen U.S. scientific and technological edge through increased investments in the development and commercialization of emerging technologies. The bipartisan Endless Frontier Act would change the name of the National Science Foundation to National Science and Technology Foundation and create a technology directorate within NSTF to advance research in 10 tech focus areas, including artificial intelligence and machine learning; high-performance computing; cybersecurity and data storage; and robotics, automation and advanced manufacturing.

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Cloudera’s Shaun Bierweiler: Flexible Data Strategy, Data Platforms Could Help Agencies Achieve AI’s Promise

Shaun Bierweiler

Shaun Bierweiler, president of Cloudera’s (NYSE: CLDR) government solutions business, said agencies planning to adopt artificial intelligence should establish a comprehensive data strategy, which includes a data platform that takes into consideration governance and security from the start.

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Leidos Closes $1B Purchase of L3Harris’ Security Detection, Automation Businesses; Roger Krone Quoted

Roger Krone

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) has finalized its acquisition of security detection and automation businesses of L3Harris Technologies (NYSE: LHX) for approximately $1B in cash. Jim Moos, president of Leidos’ civil group, will oversee the acquired businesses, which operate with over 1,200 employees combined and provide automated tray return systems, airport screening products and other industrial automation platforms to customers in the government, critical infrastructure, transportation and aviation markets, Leidos said Monday.

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Salesforce’s Matt Goodrich: Evolving Cloud Security Helps Agencies Improve Citizen Service Delivery

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Matt Goodrich, principal solutions engineer at Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), has said the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program sets a standardized approach to cloud security in the federal government and its continuous evolution has resulted in agencies starting to realize that the cloud offers better security. Goodrich wrote that agencies now see security as a fundamental part of the development process from the beginning and their level of trust in cloud deployments enables them to quickly develop applications designed to support the needs of employees and citizens.

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