The U.S. Marine Corps is experimenting with artificial intelligence to improve the way it deploys its forces and spot potential weaknesses years in advance.
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The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is planning to use Artificial Intelligence to assign the CVSS scores to reported vulnerabilities.
Researchers in California recently published a study in the journal Radiology, and they demonstrated that, once trained, a neural network was able to accurately diagnose Alzheimer's disease in a small number of patients, and it did so based on brain scans taken years before those patients were actually diagnosed by physicians.
Even the best AI programs still make stupid mistakes. So DARPA is launching a competition to remedy the field's most glaring flaw.
DARPA today announced its Artificial Intelligence Exploration (AIE) program, a key component of the agency's broader artificial intelligence (AI) investment strategy aimed at ensuring the United States maintains an advantage in this critical and rapidly accelerating technology area.
A top Air Force general said the military needs to expand its use of artificial intelligence - like that being used in the controversial Project Maven effort - if it wants to stay ahead of peer competitors and deter war.
Last Wednesday, researchers at Caltech announced that they created an artificial neural network from synthetic DNA that is able to recognize numbers coded in molecules. It's a novel implementation of a classic machine learning test that demonstrates how the very building blocks of life can be harnessed as a computer.
Mastering the strategy, tactical understanding, and team play involved in multiplayer video games represents a critical challenge for AI research. Now, through new developments in reinforcement learning, our agents have achieved human-level performance in Quake III Arena Capture the Flag, a complex multi-agent environment and one of the canonical 3D
The human brain may be the ultimate super computer, but artificial intelligence is catching up so fast that it can now hold a substantive debate with a human.
The world of automated surveillance is booming, with new machine learning techniques giving CCTV cameras the ability to spot troubling behavior without human supervision. And sooner or later, this tech will be coming to a store near you - as illustrated by a new AI security cam built by Japanese telecom giant NTT East and startup Earth Eyes Corp.