Sunday, January 23, 2022

Use of AI in Government Still Lags

Adoption of AI and automated software tools has been sluggish, especially by the US government, according to a report from SearchEnterpriseAI, based on a...

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...

Washington Needs to Adopt AI Soon; Millions of Dollars at Stake

By U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas Since I recently held a series of congressional hearings on artificial intelligence (AI), I’ve been asking constituents, friends, and...

Beware of Artificial Stupidity

I learned a few things from reading an excerpt from Yuval Noah Harari’s book, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century, published in the October issue...

Trusting Own Abilities Over Computer Might Hold Back Use of AI in Military

If you were convinced you knew the way home, would you still turn on your GPS? Army scientists recently attempted to answer a similar question...

AI Helping State and Local Governments Meet Increasing Demands 

By AI Trends Staff   The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) has cleared its 2020 backlog of thousands of unemployment insurance claims with the help...

Pentagon Struggling to Take Advantage of Artificial Intelligence

The Pentagon sees artificial intelligence and related technologies as key enablers of future military operations. But the Defense Department faces challenges as it seeks...

San Jose Relying on Planning, Collaboration to be Smartest City

The San Jose Smart City Vision is a plan that uses technology and data-driven decision-making to promote safety, sustainability, economic opportunity and quality of...

Elon Musk calls for global ban on autonomous weapons – killer robots

Tesla boss Elon Musk is among a group of 116 founders of robotics and artificial intelligence companies who are calling on the United Nations...




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