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DEFENSE IS EMBRACING ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATION BUT IT’S NOT YET SCALING IT

Nextgov | April 23, 2020

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Defense agencies deploying robotic process automation are hitting technical and cultural issues as they explore scaling the tools across the enterprise. “There are a few agencies, I think, that have some pretty robust RPA implementations. The challenge I’ve seen in terms of scale is that we need to solve for a shared services model before we're able to accomplish the kind of scaling we’ve seen like in the commercial industry,” Rachael Martin, a Joint Artificial Intell...

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MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS DEVICE RECEIVES NIAP CERTIFICATION FROM THE U.S. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

Motorola | June 30, 2020

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Motorola Solutions has announced that its LEX L11 communications device has received National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) Common Criteria Certification and meets the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) Program standards for accessing sensitive information across national security systems up to and including the top secret level. The NIAP Common Criteria Evaluation and Validation Scheme (CCEVS) deems products eligible for national security s...

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‘THE NEXT FRONTIER IN TECH POLICY:’ IBM PUSHES BUSINESS TO HELP GOVERNMENT DEVELOP A.I. ANTI-BIAS RULES

https://fortune.com/2020/01/21/ibm-ai-regulation-bias-davos/ | January 21, 2020

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IBM called for rules aimed at eliminating bias in artificial intelligence to ease concerns that the technology relies on data that bakes in past discriminatory practices and could harm women, minorities, the disabled, older Americans and others. As it seeks to define a growing debate in the U.S. and Europe over how to regulate the burgeoning industry, IBM urged industry and governments to jointly develop standards to measure and combat potential discrimination....

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MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE BEGINS CONSIDERING FACIAL-RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY REGULATIONS

MinnPost | February 03, 2020

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A joint legislative committee has taken the first small steps toward considering what a handful of cities and states around the country have already done regulating or banning the use of facial recognition software by business and government. It was such a small step considered by a subcommittee of the relatively obscure Legislative Coordinating Commission that the chair corrected a witness who called a proposal a “draft of legislation.”...

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Nextgov | April 23, 2020

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DEFENSE IS EMBRACING ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATION BUT IT’S NOT YET SCALING IT

Defense agencies deploying robotic process automation are hitting technical and cultural issues as they explore scaling the tools across the enterprise. “There are a few agencies, I think, that have some pretty robust RPA implementations. The challenge I’ve seen in terms of scale is that we need to solve for a shared services model before we're able to accomplish the kind of scaling we’ve seen like in the commercial industry,” Rachael Martin, a Joint Artificial Intell...

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Motorola | June 30, 2020

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MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS DEVICE RECEIVES NIAP CERTIFICATION FROM THE U.S. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

Motorola Solutions has announced that its LEX L11 communications device has received National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) Common Criteria Certification and meets the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) Program standards for accessing sensitive information across national security systems up to and including the top secret level. The NIAP Common Criteria Evaluation and Validation Scheme (CCEVS) deems products eligible for national security s...

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https://fortune.com/2020/01/21/ibm-ai-regulation-bias-davos/ | January 21, 2020

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‘THE NEXT FRONTIER IN TECH POLICY:’ IBM PUSHES BUSINESS TO HELP GOVERNMENT DEVELOP A.I. ANTI-BIAS RULES

IBM called for rules aimed at eliminating bias in artificial intelligence to ease concerns that the technology relies on data that bakes in past discriminatory practices and could harm women, minorities, the disabled, older Americans and others. As it seeks to define a growing debate in the U.S. and Europe over how to regulate the burgeoning industry, IBM urged industry and governments to jointly develop standards to measure and combat potential discrimination....

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MinnPost | February 03, 2020

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MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE BEGINS CONSIDERING FACIAL-RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY REGULATIONS

A joint legislative committee has taken the first small steps toward considering what a handful of cities and states around the country have already done regulating or banning the use of facial recognition software by business and government. It was such a small step considered by a subcommittee of the relatively obscure Legislative Coordinating Commission that the chair corrected a witness who called a proposal a “draft of legislation.”...

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