Security automation can help agencies meet challenges brought on by. unexpected staff and technology changes.
An artificial intelligence-based tool may help contracting officials rapidly pull relevant information on a vendor's previous performance.
Automating collections creates operational efficiency that can help agencies be more consistent, fair and ultimately more successful.
Agencies are already building the foundational infrastructure, talent pipeline and innovative culture that will support broad adoption of artificial intelligence.
Researchers have developed an algorithm stress test that creates powerful visualizations of a problem, showing all scenarios or examples an algorithm should consider for comprehensive testing.
While spam is taking advantage of artificial intelligence to create more deceptive communications, it is also vulnerable to attack.
Use cases help agencies adopt more mature data practices, which paves the way for iteratively developing new, more innovative applications that deliver even greater value.
Purdue researchers have developed a smartphone app that allows users to easily program a robot's task.
The company plans to expand its use of unmanned aircraft to make deliveries to hospitals and other campus settings.
The technology allows infantry squads to tap into networked sensors, artificial intelligence and autonomous systems to make better decisions in complex, time-critical combat situations.
The National Cancer Institute wants to make it easier for family members to be tested for genetic diseases.
The Navy Data Platform is already delivering predictive analytics and will soon be incorporating prescriptive analytics.
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