Fitbit to study how to detect COVID-19 in soldiers before symptoms appear
The electronics company is part of the military's latest project on determining if it's possible to know if personnel have been infected before they start to show symptoms.
New unmanned systems program at NOAA will focus on cybersecurity, acquisition process
While use of "UxS" vehicles by air and sea isn't new, NOAA's reliance on them has increased tenfold since 2012.
Federal R&D spending on AI should be doubled, then doubled again, commission says
The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence calls for an immediate doubling of funding for non-defense R&D around AI starting next fiscal year, and then again in fiscal 2022.
DARPA wants to build AI that can be a true teammate
A new research project called Artificial Social Intelligence for Successful Teams (ASIST) holds the immodest goal of figuring out how to imbue machines with social intelligence.
IARPA hires Catherine Marsh as its next director
Marsh was the agency's deputy director from 2013 to 2015, and since had been working at the CIA.
NSF pushes for ‘large-scale’ AI research with new program
The $200 million National AI Research Institutes program will fund up to six institutes in the next six years.