Thursday, April 9, 2020

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,...

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...

Government: An Integral Partner for Exploring AI

By Chuck Brooks, Global Thought Leader in Cybersecurity and Emerging Tech On June 24, an upcoming conference will explore the implications of artificial intelligence (AI)...

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...

NYPD Tracks Crimes Across City with Its Own Pattern-Seeking AI Tool

The details of the crime were uniquely specific: Wielding a hypodermic syringe as a weapon, a man in New York City attempted to steal...

AI in Government Act is Back, with ‘Smart’ Use on Senators’ Minds

Senate legislation to boost the government’s use of artificial intelligence is returning with bipartisan sponsorship and a long list of industry supporters. The Artificial Intelligence in Government...

AI Robot, Immune to Moral Factors, Helping to Make China’s Foreign Policy

Attention, foreign-policy makers. You will soon be working with, or competing against, a new type of robot with the potential to change the game...

Inside the Pentagon’s Plan to Build A Trusted Partner In Artificial Intelligence

By AI Trends Staff Last year, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) kicked off the AI Next campaign, a $2 billion effort to push the boundaries...

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...

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...






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