The shortcomings of today’s artificial intelligence technologies are often the result of our own biases, a Rand report says.
Automated systems that teach themselves can be manipulated by adversaries.
As facial recognition becomes more common in immigration and law enforcement applications, we must understand the issues of accuracy, privacy and ethics this new capability raises.
GCN spoke with Meagan Metzger, the founder of the Dcode42 accelerator, about its partnership with Amazon Web Services to leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning to address government challenges.
Once technology and regulations are in place for beyond-visual-line-of-sight and multiple-drone piloting operations, unmanned aerial systems will really take off, experts say.
Government services could be just a voice command away if agencies could easily launch their own virtual assistants.
Embedded in a smartphone case, the device uses microwaves to send text messages via geostationary satellites.
Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have successfully used facial recognition software to diagnose a rare, genetic disease in Africans, Asians and Latin Americans.
NASA’s Raven module uses sensors, machine-vision algorithms and a radiation-tolerant processing platform to automate navigation and docking.
The space agency is developing laser communication technology that will make data transmission between space and earth much faster.
Based on the IBM Cloud, the new service gives enterprises a way to experiment with the distributed ledger technology.
By analyzing features and patterns in recent attacks, researchers may be able to predict not only the characteristics of future attacks, but timing and location as well.
Ratcheting up scientific capabilities, tools and expertise will help agencies evaluate new biotech products, a new report says.
The Defense Department's maintenance and supply-chain challenges have made it a leader in additive manufacturing, but the next major hurdle will be ensuring that the technology is secure.