Blockchain has been referred to as the most important technological innovation since the internet. Delving beyond obvious use-cases (such as enabling cryptocurrency transactions and smart contracts), explore the unexpected and practical applications of blockchain in five major industries and see the impact it has on each one.
In a first of its kind, West Virginia will become the first state to allow digital voting by blockchain. If this pilot is successful, could it be the key to solving current barriers to voting such as mobile-impaired seniors or workers who can’t take leave on election day? What impact would this have on future elections?
As the cyberthreat landscape multiplies, deception strategies as part of an overall cybersecurity toolkit are gaining momentum. Both governments and businesses can benefit from having a better understanding of deception techniques, including hacking back. Here’s how it works—and what to consider.
Government organizations, including the NGA, CIA, and FBI, are all actively using artificial intelligence to improve the data analysis process. Here’s a look at how these organizations are transforming operations using AI.
Can the U.S. Air Force help create a better college football player? Can football players lead to better performance for members of the special forces? Dr. Josh Hagen, the lead for the Signature Tracking for Optimized Nutrition and Training Team at the Air Force Research Laboratory, is using data analytics to find out.
With the DemocracyOS app, Pia Mancini wants to upgrade democracy for the internet age, making it easier for citizens to engage in the process of government.