For many, normal facial recognition — used in the daylight — has become a facet of everyday life. Whether it’s for identity verification to unlock a smartphone, or trivial social media camera filters — it seems the technology is everywhere. Continue reading “New Technology Recognizes Faces in the Dark, Far Away”
The UK Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) has announced the first wave of £4 million funding. Continue reading “UK Announces ‘Revolutionary Artificial Intelligence Warship’ Contracts”
Northrop Grumman and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have formally signed a master research agreement (MRA) that will help foster innovation between the two organizations. Continue reading “Northrop Grumman, Carnegie Mellon to Collaborate on Artificial Intelligence Projects”
The U.S. Army is now testing virtual-reality goggles that will allow Soldiers to rehearse combat missions that they are about to undertake. Continue reading “U.S. Army Testing New Goggles that Bring AI to Soldier training”
The U.S. Department of Defense is looking for a few, good ways to harness the power of artificial intelligence. Continue reading “U.S. DOD Looks Toward AI to Help Train Troops”
The U.S’ Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Squad X Experimentation program aims to demonstrate a warfighting force with artificial intelligence as a true partner. Continue reading “With Squad X, Dismounted Units Partner with AI to Dominate Battlespace: DARPA”
In line with the French government’s AI for Humanity strategy, the Ministry of Economy and Finance and eight of France’s global industry players — Air Liquide, Dassault Aviation, EDF, Renault, Safran, Thales, Total and Valeo — today signed a manifesto on Artificial Intelligence for Industry.
Leidos has been selected by the Department of Health and Human Services to compete for task orders to provide intelligent automation and artificial intelligence (IAAI) solutions and services.
Twenty robots designed with cutting-edge AI technologies have been introduced to take over some heavy duties for workers in the ongoing construction of a power supply system for the 7th Military World Games in the host city of Wuhan, according to Xinhua News Agency.
A project of the U.S. Army has developed a new framework for deep neural networks that allow artificial intelligence systems to better learn new tasks while forgetting less of what they have learned in previous tasks.