The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing everything – from smart devices to smart infrastructure. Unfortunately, along with it comes the threat of malware and cybersecurity attacks. Because IoT devices can contain components from multiple sources, their hardware and software can include security schemes that range from very sophisticated to nonexistent. Detecting malicious circuitry – or hardware Trojans – becomes more difficult as the number of electronic components increases.
By Michele Robinson-Pontbriand | Director Corporate Social Responsibility
Technology has always played a critical role in the healthcare industry. However, recent advancements are driving a revolution in capabilities and opportunities to improve the health and wellness of people around the world. And at a time when such advancements are sorely needed, I might add.
As part of the Enabling Technologies Initiative at Moody’s Investors Service (MIS) and in partnership with Moody’s Information Technology (MIT), last year six of our employees attended a monthlong program at Google’s Machine Learning Advanced Solutions Lab in Mountain View, California.
What do GPS, closed captioning, smartphones, and supercomputers have in common? They’re some of the many technology innovations that the federal government has helped make possible. One of the leaders driving tech innovation in government today is Booz Allen Chief Innovation Officer Susan Penfield, named among this year’s WashingtonExec Top 25 Executives to Watch.
I have worked within the environment, health and safety (EHS) field for more than 20 years, and in that time, I’ve seen some dramatic changes in how companies manage their programs, and data. But nothing compares to the technological innovations that are now upon us.
Arthur Samuel, an eccentric computer engineer at Stanford University, took part in what could be considered the most important game of checkers ever played. Arthur challenged the then reigning Connecticut state champion to match wits with a computer he programmed to play checkers.a
Booz Allen Hamilton has been honored with the Americas 2017 NVIDIA Partner Network (NPN) Consulting Partner of the Year Award. The award, which recognizes the firm for its contributions in helping expand NVIDIA Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions in North America, was presented this week at the 2018 NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference in Silicon Valley, California.
The steam engine. The airplane. The microprocessor. Now, machine intelligence—machines’ ability to perceive, interpret, and take action based on data—represents the next transformative technology for society. We’re already seeing its awe-inspiring effects: from trucks that drive themselves, to computer programs that develop drug therapies, to software that writes news articles and composes music.