Tag Archives: application programming interface

Red Hat’s John Osborne on Three Ways Agencies Can Adopt to Facilitate Hybrid Cloud Migration

John Osborne, chief OpenShift architect for public sector at Red Hat, wrote in a Nextgov article published Friday that there are three approaches government agencies can implement to speed up and facilitate their migration to hybrid cloud and one is through the development of a “single repository of truth.” “This repository will store not only application code and dependencies, but anything that is needed to build an environment from version control,” Osborne noted.

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Carahsoft to Distribute Feature Labs’ Data Science Automation Tools to Public Sector; Craig Abod Interviewed

Carahsoft Technology and Feature Labs have partnered to market the latter’s products designed to help government customers create and deploy machine learning models to automate the data science process. Feature Labs said Thursday it developed tools and application programming interfaces for agency data scientists and software engineers to manage data sets and …

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Report: Google, DoD Partner to Develop AI Tech for UAS Footage Analysis

Google and the Defense Department have teamed up to develop an artificial intelligence technology that would aid analysis of footage collected through unmanned aircraft systems, Gizmodo reported Tuesday. An anonymous Google spokesperson told Gizmodo that the company will provide TensorFlow application programming interfaces to help DoD analysts identify objects in UAS footage as …

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Executive Spotlight: Interview with Michael Conlin, Chief Technologist, U.S. Public Sector for DXC Technology

Silicon Valley’s name was coined in the 1970s by electronic tabloid reporter Don Hoefler, who heard the phrase “Silicon Valley” during a business lunch. Hoefler then published a series of columns detailing the valley’s semiconductor industry under the title “Silicon Valley U.S.A,” what would eventually become a globally-recognized community hotbed …

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NIC’s Pete Eichorn: Agencies Should Apply Microservices in Govt Digital Services Devt

Pete Eichorn, director of technology at Kansas-based government information services provider NIC, has said agencies should work to adopt microservices to develop and build up government digital services and keep up with citizens’ expectations. Eichorn wrote in a GCN article published Monday that microservices work to operate independently and communicate …

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In-Q-Tel, Algorithmia Forge Algorithm-as-a-Service Partnership; Katie Gray Comments

In-Q-Tel and Algorithmia have formed a partnership with the intent to help developers test and implement algorithms with the use of an application programming interface that is configured to meet application requirements. IQT said Monday it will gain access to Algorithmia’s Codex algorithms-as-a-service platform as part of the alliance. Codex works to help developers …

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Former NASA Chief Dan Goldin Launches Neural Tech Company Called KnuEdge

Dan Goldin, a former NASA chief, launched a new San Diego, California-based company called KnuEdge that provides neural computing technology for the aerospace, banking, healthcare, hospitality and insurance sectors. KnuEdge said June 6 that it has also developed a new military-grade voice recognition and authentication technology called KnuVerse that works to …

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