AI & Analytics

Keeping classified geospatial analysis on track during COVID

To continue developing artificial intelligence and machine learning applications to process geospatial data, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency found innovative ways to fill workflow gaps created by the pandemic.

AI & Analytics

Army to evaluate facial recognition in day care centers

Through a demonstration of the technology, the Army expects to learn whether facial recognition technologies can improve family quality of life, reduce base costs and enhance mission readiness.

AI & Analytics

Army tests automated tools for cyber defenses

The Army is experimenting with automated tools that protect artificial intelligence capabilities and reduce the number of technical personnel needed on the battlefield.

AI & Analytics

DARPA scouting for ‘revolutionary’ ideas

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking for unconventional approaches that challenge conventional wisdom and have the potential to radically change established practices.

AI & Analytics

The Army's secret to cutting manual work for contracting professionals

Thanks to robotic process automation, the time it takes Army contracting professionals to determine whether prospective vendors should receive a contract has been cut from an hour to just five minutes.

Cyber

GSA's next-gen IT contract will have CMMC requirements

Polaris, the General Services Administration's developing Alliant 2 small business contract replacement, will have CMMC clauses.

IT Infrastructure

DARPA tests autonomous vehicles' ability to tell friend from foe

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking for ways autonomous vehicles can make it easier for commanders to detect and track threats among civilians in complex urban environments without escalating tensions.

AI & Analytics

Ethics vs. compliance in AI

Tech experts warn against treating ethics as like just another box on a compliance checklist.

IT Infrastructure

Air Force rolls out bomb disposal robots

Air Force Civil Engineer Center will deliver 333 new robots and training to every explosive ordnance disposal flight across the Air Force.

AI & Analytics

Famed spy plane gets AI upgrade with Kubernetes

The Air Force has equipped a legacy U-2 surveillance aircraft with machine learning thanks to Kubernetes, an open-source container-orchestration system that automates the application deployment, scaling and management.

AI & Analytics

DOD pushing RPA to the next level

The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is working to develop machine learning models that can go beyond the capabilities of robotic process automation and make decisions about financial transactions.

AI & Analytics

Lawmakers say Pentagon needs to be more aggressive with AI

The Defense Department doesn’t have the right mindset when it comes to artificial intelligence and unmanned systems, the Future Defense Task Force says.

IT Infrastructure

GSA adds American-made, defense drones to schedule

Through the  Defense Innovation Unit’s  Blue sUAS initiative, five U.S.-manufactured drone configurations are providing secure options for military and civilian agencies.

AI & Analytics

When security matters, sometimes only a digital twin will do

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.

AI & Analytics

Can machines teach themselves about time?

To expand the shelf life of artificial intelligence systems, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking for researchers to help it build a neural network architecture with a self-understanding of time.

AI & Analytics

Pentagon raises AI ambitions

The Defense Department wants to make AI training available to all DOD components by 2021.

AI & Analytics

DOD enlisting AR microscopes to spot cancer

The Defense Innovation Unit is partnering with Google Cloud to use machine learning and augmented reality to speed and improve the accuracy of cancer diagnoses.

AI & Analytics

Automated analytics for the tactical edge

To help soldiers quickly make sound decisions based on local information, the Special Operations Command is looking for technologies to speed the delivery of real-time analytics to warfighters in the field.

AI & Analytics

Army looks to machine learning to prevent injuries

Hoping to reduce costly non-combat muscle and bone injuries to warfighters, the Army turns to a machine learning-based tool used in professional sports.

AI & Analytics

Energy Department's AI office looking for partnerships

Two recently announced artificial intelligence collaborations show how the technology can affect real world problems, according to the head of the Energy Department's AI office.

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