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Gil Alterovitz, the VA’s newly installed Director of Artificial Intelligence, is using technology to better predict potential illnesses and create better treatment outcomes for VA patients. Learn more here about how AI can get the jump on difficult to detect maladies.
The Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act has been in place for nearly five years and the criteria for measuring success has changed along the way. Learn about how the scorecard has changed and what may be in store for the future.
Mosquitoes are a conduit for more than just itchy skin, carrying a variety of deadly diseases around the world. Learn what tactics governments are using to control mosquito populations and slow the spread of disease.
In this blog we are taking a look at a new pilot program is looking to replace the use of Passports for international flights.
Learn about Pennsylvania’s new “Clean Slate” law and how the state is using automation to expunge minor criminal offenses.
A new report details just how far behind government agencies are with regard to their cybersecurity and makes recommendations for improvements.
For Independence Day this year, we’re taking a look at how fireworks originated, how they work, and what the future holds for them. Extract wishes you a happy and safe 4th of July!
Learn more about Facebook’s plans to launch a new form of cryptocurrency and ‘wallet’ in this blog.
In this blog we are talking about how Columbia County, Wisconsin recently shifted to a new records management system and how its turning out for the better.
5G is the next new wave of cellular technology, ushering in super fast speeds and low latency. Here we discuss progress being made, applications for the technology, and causes for concern.