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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.
Security must be foundational to artificial intelligence systems so we don't repeat the mistakes that resulted in today's vulnerable technologies, AI experts say.
Understanding the physical mechanisms of touch sensing in the biological world provides great insights when it comes to designing the robotic equivalent, a smart skin. But a significant barrier for the development of smart skin is the electronics required.
At its recent annual meeting, the U.S. Conference of Mayors voiced support for a number of tech-related initiatives.
Finding the right processes to automate and leveraging robust tools and artificial intelligence will help time-strapped agencies secure their systems.
The Department of Transportation wants to preserve the spectrum that has been set aside for connected vehicle communications, according to one of the agency's top managers.
Getting the most from artificial intelligence requires data management strategies that make information secure and shareable.
Defense Department’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is looking for artificial intelligence solutions to quickly identify people and infrastructure affected by floods and formulate an effective disaster response strategy.
MIT Researchers have developed a virtual data scientist tool that leverages user-friendly interfaces to generate machine-learning models for making predictions from datasets.
As algorithms take in more data and make increasingly complex inferences over time, their decisions become more opaque to human managers.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is using the Intake Process Automation Tool to validate information on Medicare Advantage claims and identify potential problems for staff reviewers.
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