The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is working to develop machine learning models that can go beyond the capabilities of robotic process automation and make decisions about financial transactions.
To better monitor veterans’ mental health, especially during the pandemic, the Department of Veterans Affairs is relying on data and artificial intelligence-based analytics.
The Air Force has equipped a legacy U-2 surveillance aircraft with machine learning thanks to Kubernetes, an open-source container-orchestration system that automates the application deployment, scaling and management.
GEMINAI creates a verifiable, privacy-protected synthetic twin of real-world datasets that can be manipulated and analyzed without disturbing or compromising the original data.
The Defense Department doesn’t have the right mindset when it comes to artificial intelligence and unmanned systems, the Future Defense Task Force says.
Through the Defense Innovation Unit’s Blue sUAS initiative, five U.S.-manufactured drone configurations are providing secure options for military and civilian agencies.
Researchers are building a deepfake detector that uses learns from a growing knowledgebase of examples.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency thinks boosting the performance of algorithms may bring the driving performance of unmanned ground vehicles on par with humans.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office wants to know whether artificial intelligence is mature enough to help with image searching in design patent applications – those that protect the way a manufactured item looks and works.
Researchers are developing a dynamic feedback traffic signal control system that reduces corridor-level fuel consumption by 20% while maintaining a safe and efficient transportation environment.
Researchers studying how hackers target machine-vision systems with adversarial artificial intelligence are building deep neural networks that can recognize when an object is out of its regular context.
The Rapid Analysis of Threat Exposure system alerts wearers to the virus up to 48 hours before they become symptomatic, allowing them to quarantine, get tested and seek treatment without spreading the disease.
GPT-3 is far and away the most “knowledgeable” natural language generation program to date, and it has a range of potential uses in professions ranging from teaching to journalism to customer service.
Gwinnett County, Ga., could recoup about $50,000 per month from 19 commercial water meters that have been incorrectly measuring flow, based on discrepancies discovered by edge technology.