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Federal Artificial Intelligence News and Analysis

News and analysis covering the U.S. government’s advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotic process automation. Federal agencies continue to make remarkable strides in the implementation of automation technologies to essential services, radically improving their efficiency and quality of delivery. Additionally, agencies including the departments of Veterans Affairs and Health and Human Services have begun applying artificial intelligence to medical care and public health quandaries, making significant leaps in diagnostics, research and epidemiology.
Google missed an opportunity to say no, with clear consequences.
The technology can help better predict when catastrophes strike.
For military and first responders, simulations are no mere game.
Officials see major improvement opportunities in fusing AI algorithms
But at times, the urgency to detecting threats is too great to wait, and machine learning algorithms are the answer.
Think full-body power suits and stress-relieving vests.
By all assessments, artificial intelligence has a bright future in health care.
US-China trade relations unlikely to improve any time soon for one simple reason.
Rounding up IT and advanced tech-related news impacting government and industry.
A mix of sensors and AI, networks or buildings could soon know who you are without you having to tell them.
Finding ways for machines to learn more efficiently would slash the computing power and data sets required.
Focus is on airborne travel — for the most part autonomous — more than ground/air hybrids.
These days, just about anybody can have the digital equivalent of nukes.
Will China take the lead as the world’s great tech powerhouse?
Today's robots, however, are still more Roomba than Optimus Prime.
It can't offer a soothing smile or strike an inspirational doctor pose, but it can help improve recovery.
We haven't touched down on the moon since 1972.
But it can’t be scaled without “a vote of confidence that it protects and promotes patients."
“AI will be the best or worst thing ever for humanity,” Elon Musk said last summer.