Google is making a ‘mistake’ with its AI choices, former U.S. officials say
Ash Carter and Richard Clarke are echoing the concerns that have come from the White House and some of its allies in the tech sector.
Air Force partners with MIT to launch AI accelerator
It's the latest thread in the Department of Defense's growing interest in artificial intelligence.
With Air Force’s Skyborg, autonomous drones could be coming soon
Skyborg will be an "autonomous unmanned air combat vehicle system" with open artificial intelligence software architecture and modular hardware.
Military is pursuing Silicon Valley tech in a ‘very thoughtful’ way, White House’s Kratsios says
"We're working very hard to really continue the dialogue," the deputy CTO of OSTP says.
Pentagon unveils strategy for military adoption of artificial intelligence
The strategy emphasizes the "urgency, scale, and unity of effort" needed to make AI transformational both for the DOD and the nation at an operational level.
2018 in review: Private companies and the government debate ethical use of tech
When and how does a company say no when the government is asking for something leadership or employees find, in some way, unethical?