Starting this summer, the National Institute of Standards and Technology will begin to automate delivery of revisions to Special Publication 800-53.
The Small Business Administration’s Loan Review Tool automates low-value, repetitive functions and cuts the time loan reviewers typically spend on evaluations by a third.
The Army plans to expand its testbed into the nearby Colorado Springs community with sensor deployment, data integration and the development of AI models and decision dashboards that integrate traffic and weather-related information.
The state auditor’s software procurement principles are designed to help agencies review applications for privacy violations and potential algorithmic bias.
When the IRS procurement office had to insert new telecommunications security language into all its contracts, a bot accomplished in three days what would otherwise have taken a year.
The artificial intelligence-enabled video analysis solution uses existing security cameras to detect mask and social distancing compliance.
Agencies need automated solutions to detect, diagnose and repair issues at machine speed.
Balancing convenience and security, zero trust 2.0 leverages machine learning and passive intelligence factors to enhance cybersecurity measures through personal habits, which are virtually impossible to replicate.
A new self-learning system uses machine learning to improve the coordination of vehicles passing through intersections.
To crack down on security risks from unmanned aerial systems, the General Services Administration said its multiple awards schedules will only offer small drones approved by the Defense Innovation Unit’s Blue sUAS Program.
A computer that can solve the Rubik’s Cube should be able to teach people how to solve it, too.
The National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Office will serve as the central hub for federal AI research and policymaking across government, the private sector, academia, nonprofits and state governments.
As attackers become more refined and nuanced in their approach -- from building adversarial machine learning models to model poisoning -- they could completely disrupt an agency’s artificial-intelligence-related efforts.
Intelligent document processing has helped the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles overcome challenges associated with COVID-related field office closures.