The lawmakers want answers from agencies.
Augmenting human investigators is a better option than doing reinvestigations less frequently.
Technology is now firmly embedded throughout our everyday activities, but its reach is larger than that: businesses are using their products and services to reshape, reimagine, and transform how our society works, communicates, and lives.
In the smart city era, data is increasingly used in governments’ decisionmaking. But what happens when that data is flawed?
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office wants to know if advanced tech like AI and quantum computing can help examiners sift through the world’s collective knowledge.
The intelligence community is using artificial intelligence to help manage the exponential increase of data.
The massive investment comes as other global powers like China pour significant resources into their own programs.
DARPA’s latest artificial intelligence project aims to bridge the gap between a machine that learns from data and one that adds new insights.
They used a database of more than 131,000 earthquakes.