GEMINAI creates a verifiable, privacy-protected synthetic twin of real-world datasets that can be manipulated and analyzed without disturbing or compromising the original data.
The Defense Department doesn’t have the right mindset when it comes to artificial intelligence and unmanned systems, the Future Defense Task Force says.
Crossroads will replace the existing Trinity supercomputer and will be used by scientists to support the Stockpile Stewardship Program.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is asking the public to help it find new ways to de-identify public safety datasets so researchers and policy makers can glean insights while protecting individual privacy.
Through the Defense Innovation Unit’s Blue sUAS initiative, five U.S.-manufactured drone configurations are providing secure options for military and civilian agencies.
Researchers are building a deepfake detector that uses learns from a growing knowledgebase of examples.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency thinks boosting the performance of algorithms may bring the driving performance of unmanned ground vehicles on par with humans.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office wants to know whether artificial intelligence is mature enough to help with image searching in design patent applications – those that protect the way a manufactured item looks and works.
Researchers from Rutgers University have shown that 5G signals that “leak” into the spectrum used by satellite sensors can lead to inaccurate weather forecasts.
Department of Homeland Security has awarded Phase 1 funding to Kynamics to build a portable, standalone language translator.