Friday, November 26, 2021

Executive Branch Initiatives Mask Unfunded Government AI Mandate

By Jim Walker The federal government is often accused of not being able to keep policy aligned as new technologies emerge. Over the past two...

President Prioritizes Cybersecurity Protection, Response and Zero Trust 

By AI Trends Staff  President Joe Biden in May released an Executive Order on improving the nation’s cybersecurity, an effort to respond to recent cyber...

Do We Need an Artificial Intelligence Czar?

By James Heskett, Harvard Business School The global community faces staggering challenges this century. We spent much of the 21st century learning how to get...

DoD Plans to Use AI to Reduce Inefficiencies from Manual, Laborious, Data-centric Tasks

A new DoD plan for incorporating artificial intelligence into its operations that anticipates that it will have a significant impact on its civilian workforce,...

Engineers in Missouri Using AI to Help Drivers Avoid Flooded Roads

Engineers at Missouri University of Science & Technology in Rolla are developing algorithms that could provide early warnings for motorists about flooded roads. The system...

Executive Interview: Dr. Tim Grayson, Director STO, DARPA  

Cyber-Physical System of Systems Architecture with Human On the Loop  Dr. Timothy Grayson is the Director of the Strategic Technology Office (STO) at DARPA. In this role,...

AI Now: AI Desperately Needs Regulation and Public Accountability

Artificial intelligence systems and creators are in dire need of direct intervention by governments and human rights watchdogs, according to a new report from...

The Citizen’s Perspective on the Use of AI in Government: Cautious Optimism

Artificial intelligence (AI) has beneficial applications in many areas of government, including traffic management—with data collected in real time from traffic lights, CCTV cameras,...

Putting AI into Practice is a Test, Say Analysts

Making sense of how to employ AI and machine learning can be difficult, said two analysts at a session at the AI World Government...

San Francisco Lawmaker Proposes to Ban Government Face Recognition

A San Francisco lawmaker is proposing what would be a nationwide first: a complete moratorium on local government use of facial-recognition technology. Introduced by...




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