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AI World Executive Summit: Important to Ask the Right Questions 

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor  Asking the right questions about AI activities matters, especially given the acceleration of AI adoption driven by the...

US Military Seeks to Speed AI Adoption for Support Systems 

By AI Trends Staff   The US military needs to scale up its use of AI or be left behind by adversaries, Lt. Gen. Michael Groen,...

Bipartisan Agreement in Congress on AI Points to Way Forward with...

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor  The final report from the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence, released last week, points to a surprisingly bipartisan agreement on the importance...

SolarWinds Hackers Targeted Cloud Services as a Key Objective 

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor  The SolarWinds hackers appeared to have targeted cloud services as a key objective, potentially giving them access to...

RAND Corp. Finds DoD “Significantly Challenged” in AI Posture 

By AI Trends Staff   In a recently-released updated evaluation of the posture of the US Department of Defense (DoD) on artificial intelligence, researchers at RAND Corp. found...

SolarWinds Hack Likely Assisted by AI, Suggests Microsoft’s Smith 

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor  The massive attack on US government agencies and US businesses that is a suspected Russian espionage operation was...

AI Applied to Tax Systems Can Help Discover Shelters, Support Equality 

By AI Trends Staff    AI and machine learning represent the new frontier in tax administration.  Since researchers at MIT created an algorithm that could flag a certain type...

IT Experts Advise Biden Administration to Pursue ‘Zero Trust’ Security 

By John P, Desmond, AI Trends Editor   Experts offering IT acquisition advice to the incoming Biden administration suggest building on the Trump Administration’s AI and...

Executive Interview: Brian Gattoni, CTO, Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency 

Understanding and Advising on Cyber and Physical Risks to the Nation’s Critical Infrastructure  Brian R. Gattoni is the Chief Technology Officer for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure...

Underwater Autonomous Vehicles Helping Navy Get More for the Money 

By AI Trends Staff   As the US Navy strives to get to a 355-ship fleet by 2034, part of a 30-year plan the Navy outlined in 2019,...