The “AI co-designers” would help the Pentagon rapidly blueprint secure weapons, vehicles and other network-connected platforms, and suggest designs humans haven’t yet conceived.
It’s another example of federal automation at work.
Intelligent automation is an ideal solution for highly process-driven government operations. Yes, the potential cost savings can be significant, but that's not all.
The Boston Public School District held a contest to determine the best solution for busing around 25,000 students to school every day. The winning algorithm improved the efficiency of the routes in 30 minutes.
The plan is meant to help federal leaders roll out standards that reduce the potential risks of AI without stifling innovation.
A humanoid robot named Pepper helps teach coding at Roanoke County Public Libraries, one of many branches across the country embracing the emerging technology.
The agency wants to teach computers to detect errors in manipulated media using logic and common sense.
The traffic safety app Nexar’s new “Live Map” feature lets anyone peek in on near-real-time video footage of city streets.
The agency’s newly appointed artificial intelligence director outlined his vision and approach.
The agency is hosting a workshop highlighting the opportunities and challenges for artificial intelligence applications across the wireless spectrum.
Agencies are laying the foundations now for their future AI plans.