A new algorithm called “Sniffy Bug” shows how tiny drones will do dangerous work even in areas where they can’t use GPS.
In pursuit of "integrated deterrence," Lloyd Austin committed $1.5 billion over five years to the Pentagon’s artificial intelligence hub.
New privacy-protecting technologies will enable democracies to work together to win the AI race against China, says Biden’s national security advisor.
The AI future runs on data and the Chinese government is out for all it can get.
We are on the verge of Hollywood-level fast, but the service branches need cultural change and cooperation for it to work.
The death of the Pentagon’s controversial cloud computing mega-contract likely puts Amazon and Microsoft in a new sort of partnership.
New Laws Are ‘Probably Needed’ to Force US Firms to Patch Known Cyber Vulnerabilities, NSA Official Says
Too many firms are shying away from replacing old gear that is only getting easier for criminals to attack
Top commanders say military training needs to reflect how artificial intelligence will change the pace of war.
AI safety is often overlooked in the private sector, but Deputy Secretary Kathleen Hicks wants the Defense Department to lead a cultural change.
A memo from the deputy defense secretary also orders the JAIC director to build a strategy around those tenets.
Five-year effort will launch with 18 projects focused on AI, autonomy, and modeling and simulation.
The U.S. sees networked warfare and AI as a game-changer. But what happens when your opponent copies your move?
Experts said the group’s unique stature might get governments to the negotiating table at last.
Humans make inferences about tone and meaning, but algorithms can find hidden relationships between words to detect irony and intentional falsehood.
Those miracle apps on your phone are powered by cloud computing and high-bandwidth data transfer. What does AI look like when those features are missing?
The Army’s connect-everything experiment is about to get much bigger, and looks across the Pacific.
There is no good evidence that facial expressions reveal a person’s feelings. But big tech companies want you to believe otherwise.
Training AIs to look at 26 subtle features may help thwart attempts to peddle fraudulent imagery.