Wait, don't miss out on the latest GovCon industry news!

Sign Up Now! ExecutiveBiz provides you with Daily Updates and News Briefings

*By clicking "Join us now" you agree to receive email, promotions and general messages from ExecutiveBiz, In addition, you also agree to ExecutiveBiz Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.

Remind me Later x

Latest Federal & Government Contracting Companies' News Coverage

Advertisements

Latest Federal & Government Contracting Companies' News Coverage

Advertisements
Advanced Search
Showing 1-12 of 100
Lockheed Martin and the Drone Racing League have partnered to launch a competition for artificial intelligence technologies that will be used to power an unmanned aircraft system during a race with a pilot-operated drone. Lockheed said Wednesday the AlphaPilot Innovation Challenge aims to encourage university students, technologists, coders and drone enthusiasts to boost innovations in […] More
ViON and Nutanix teamed up to present a hyperconverged infrastructure-based platform at the five-day ESRI User Conference that kicked off in San Diego on Monday. ViON said Tuesday the HCI-based Enterprise Cloud platform from Nutanix is backed by ViON's data center-as-a-service financial model and is designed to help users of geographic information systems manage image […] More
Booz Allen Hamilton works with soldiers to help them collect data and analyze combat indicators with the use of artificial intelligence technology, Nvidia reported Saturday. Aaron Sant-Miller, lead data scientist at Booz Allen, said in an interview that aired on Nvidia’s AI Podcast the company’s analysts receive overhead video feeds and fuse intelligence for military personnel to manage a […] More
Amazon Web Services has included Amazon machine images or AMIs, which are master images for the creation of virtual servers, for deep learning in the AWS GovCloud, a cloud region built for sensitive data and regulated workloads. The AMIs are designed to provide a platform wherein developers would construct artificial intelligence applications based on deep learning frameworks such as TensorFlow, Apache […] More
The White House is set to hold a meeting on Thursday with executives from at least 30 U.S. technology companies as part of efforts to advance the use and deployment of algorithms, robots and other artificial intelligence technologies, the Washington Post reported Tuesday. A draft schedule of the meeting says the Trump administration aims to […] More
The SpaceNet team has received the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation’s Industry Achievement Award in recognition of its efforts to adopt GEOINT technologies and services. Maxar Technologies' Radiant Solutions business teamed up with CosmiQ Works and NVIDIA to launch the SpaceNet open innovation project in August 2016, the companies said Tuesday. USGIF presented the award to […] More
A computing platform that CSRA upgraded for the National Institutes of Health has been named to the Top500 list of the world's fastest supercomputers. NIH's Biowulf cluster ranked 66th on the Top500's 2017 list, CSRA said Monday. Biowulf works to process simultaneous computations related to genomics, statistical analysis, image processing and other areas in biomedical research. CSRA […] More
Tony Frazier, president of Radiant Solutions, told Trajectory Magazine in an interview published Wednesday one of the trends he sees in the remote sensing sector is the capability to leverage technologies such as big data analytics and artificial intelligence to generate insights from collected data. “The bottleneck is going to be how we can extract […] More
DigitalGlobe has released the results of the second round of its SpaceNet Challenge that aims to accelerate innovation in machine learning technologies. The company said Monday the SpaceNet Challenge Round 2, hosted by TopCoder, sought automated mapping algorithms that work to extract features of building footprints from overhead imagery. SpaceNet is a collaborative effort of DigitalGlobe, […] More
CSRA has led an industry team in efforts to boost the computing capacity of the National Institutes of Health‘s supercomputing cluster. The company said Wednesday it installed the second computing power increment to the Biowulf supercomputing system designed to run computations in genomics, image processing, statistical analysis and other biomedical research efforts. The second increment follows […] More
Booz Allen Hamilton and Kaggle have unveiled the winners of a global crowdsourcing competition that sought data science methods to develop lung cancer detection formulas and technologies. The third annual Data Science Bowl drew nearly 10,000 participants who submitted  algorithms designed to help clinicians detect lung cancer, Booz Allen said Tuesday. The National Cancer Institute provided access to a publicly-available data set of […] More
Kaggle and Booz Allen Hamilton will convene medical communities and data scientists for a challenge to use artificial intelligence in efforts to further develop lung cancer screening technology. The companies said Thursday the 90-day Data Science Bowl competition will look to boost current technologies for the early detection of lung cancer and potentially reduce lung cancer […] More
Back to Top

Log In

Forgot password?

Forgot password?

Enter your account data and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Your password reset link appears to be invalid or expired.

Log in

Privacy Policy

To use social login you have to agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website.