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A new survey of state transportation departments highlights the rapid deployment of drone technologies and growing demand for a highly trained workforce required to manage them.
AI-powered tools cut through the noise to help responders access and analyze relevant real-time data more efficiently and respond rapidly to breaking events.
As agencies navigate the ethics surrounding artificial intelligence technology, they can learn to identify and avoid bias, an IDC analyst says.
Like fingerprint identification technology, facial recognition has the potential to significantly improve the effectiveness and efficiency of police investigations.
Continuous vetting, made possible by artificial intelligence and automation, provides a more deliberate and efficient process that protects data privacy, improves security and saves time and resources.
The technology uses deep neural networks to continuously -- and nondisruptively -- monitor and learn user behaviors such as gait, keystrokes and fingertip pressure on mobile devices.
Government researchers are looking for ways to automatically inspect artificial intelligence and machine learning systems to see if they've been tampered with.
A group of artificial intelligence specialists from across government came together to discuss what's needed to bring AI into the federal IT mainstream.
Data is critical to spurring practical innovation at agencies, but deriving real intelligence requires context and focus, experts say.
The Air Force's Cognitive Engine software platform will package code-based tools to be better accepted by Defense Department systems.
As agencies integrate advanced technologies and more security into their processes, they're looking to their employees for help.
Policymakers in democracies should think carefully about the risks of AI systems that provide surveillance capabilities, help repressive governments manipulate available information and spread disinformation.
When robotic process automation and artificial intelligence are added to IT asset management, agencies can optimize staff resources and improve governance and compliance.
DARPA wants supervised autonomous systems to detect and positively identify hostile agents before troops come in contact with them.
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