The administration’s new American AI Initiative drew attention mostly for its cyber operations and security plans, but it also focused on healthcare and the need to infuse AI.
Government officials from the Executive Office of the President and the Defense Department discuss the state of AI adoption and implementation.
Genome analysis can now be done offline and on the spot, thanks to an algorithm researchers have adapted to perform accurate analysis with less computer memory than current programs.
Agencies look to make electromagnetic-spectrum sharing more efficient as the number of connected devices grow.
Representative Will Hurd continues to advocate for federal IT reform, including for AI, cybersecurity and telecommunications, in 116th Congress.
DARPA's Information Innovation Office experiments with MediFor program platform to combat visual media manipulation.
DARPA's Information Innovation Office seeks to balance hardware specialization and programmability in new program.
Some programs look toward advancements that could affect other government uses of AI, including law enforcement, emergency response and medical uses.
DARPA wants to use AI to detect AI attacks before they can do damage.
The adoption of machine-learning techniques is contributing to a worrying number of research findings that cannot be repeated by other researchers.
An Army Research Lab study found a gap in the practical application of artificial intelligence in that people don’t trust it.
The executive order will guide U.S. development in artificial intelligence, plus other news.
With a sign for a new wave for AI performing certain jobs, government agencies see value in bots.
And it’s partnering with researchers to find out how to detect them, plus other news.
One study is the latest in a series of efforts to use AI to address mental health concerns.
Renewing HTTPS certificates are not deemed essential, plus other news.
Research and AI programs are approaching a standstill while funding for the U.S. federal government has lapsed.
This year, industry saw many technologies like AI and cybersecurity at work in the federal sphere and beyond.
The nature of AI programs could breed Trojans, a problem the IARPA is addressing with an upcoming program.