As a Democratic senator drafts a bill to look into artificial intelligence policy, Elon Musk and Google teach machines human judgment in order to avoid the robot apocalypse.
Machine learning and artificial intelligence are needed to bridge the gap between the volume of government intelligence data and the number of people capable of analyzing it, according to Jason Matheny, director of the Intelligence Advanced Research Project Activity (IARPA).
In interviews with MeriTalk, both Sam Gordy and Marc Mancher opened up about their respective companies’ plans for AI in the Federal government, with IBM focusing on cognitive intelligence and Deloitte on robotics processing, as well as obstacles in the way of government adoption.[…]
The Defense Department is likely within 18 months of introducing autonomous cybersecurity tools that will be capable of augmenting human analysts by predicting threats and dynamically isolating parts of the network that may come under attack, outgoing CIO Terry Halvorsen said.[…]
The future got ahead of our innovators and government policymakers this past weekend at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, leaving many wondering about the world being ushered in by the confluence of smart sensors, big data, and artificial intelligence.[…]
While some technophobes may paint a picture of robots replacing teachers in the near future, nearly all technology experts agree that this is highly unlikely. Rather, artificial intelligence will just help teachers increase efficiency and improve their classroom management.[…]
Artificial intelligence needs to be governable, able to work with humans, and consistent with current law, according to Terrell McSweeny, commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission.[…]
The White House released a report on artificial intelligence (AI) and a National Artificial Intelligence Research and Development Strategic Plan on Wednesday that address the state of AI and the progress that will be made.[…]
From T-Rex chatbots to advanced artificial intelligence learning platforms, AI has begun changing education. According to a recent Stanford University report, by 2030, AI will be far more commonplace in the classroom than it is today.[…]
The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy announced a series of workshops on artificial intelligence and machine learning, plus recognizing the opportunities and risks involved with this technology.[…]