Pentagon’s JAIC needs industry help for humanitarian assistance, disaster relief
The DOD wants industry's help building a platform that makes it so "human-resources are not required to constantly watch the sensor, but they can be cued to respond when something of interest is identified."
Pentagon lacks tools, support to scale AI, says RAND report
The congressionally mandated report finds that the Joint AI Center is ambitious but lacks the vision, strategy and resources needed to scale the technology across the DOD.
Google’s departure from Project Maven was a ‘little bit of a canary in a coal mine’
Leaders of the artificial intelligence project failed to be transparent upfront and did not control the narrative, says Lt. Gen. Jack Shanahan.
White House AI Summit focuses on government as a user of the technology
Speakers shared use cases at the Department of Defense, Department of Health and Human Services and National Institutes of Health.
White House calls CIOs and other agency leaders to summit on federal use of AI
OSTP staff will host the summit, inviting a "broad range" of federal CIOs, CTOs and CDOs to discuss the applications and impacts of the emerging technology.
JAIC director: ‘2020 will be a breakout year’ for DOD’s artificial intelligence
Lt. Gen. Jack Shanahan previewed two of the JAIC's biggest priorities for fiscal 2020 — and one of them will bring AI to the battlefield.