Tag Archives: AI

Intel’s David Hoffman: Government, Industry Should Collaborate on National AI Strategy

David Hoffman, associate general counsel and global privacy officer at Intel, has said government and industry should work together on a national strategy that would advance the adoption of artificial intelligence. Hoffman wrote in a FedScoop article published Tuesday the national AI strategy should address four areas and one is to foster AI innovation across government and industry.

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General Dynamics, Curtiss-Wright Partner to Provide AI-Driven Situational Awareness Tool

General Dynamics' mission systems business has partnered with Curtiss-Wright to offer an artificial intelligence-driven situational awareness system for signal intelligence and electronic warfare. General Dynamics said Tuesday it will combine its SignalEye software with Curtiss-Wright’s Intel-based CHAMP-XD1 processor to help users classify radio frequency signals via machine learning.

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Steven Walker, Director of DARPA, Inducted Into 2019 Wash100 for Leadership in Advancing Artificial Intelligence, Other Tech Programs

Executive Mosaic is pleased to announce that Steven Walker, director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, as an inductee into the 2019 Wash100 — Executive Mosaic’s annual selection of the most influential voices in the government contracting arena — for his focus on emerging technology such as artificial intelligence.

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DARPA Seeks Proposals for Fourth OFFSET Swarm Sprint, Announces Third Sprint Awardees

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has announced two awardees for the third sprint of the OFFensive Swarm-Enabled Tactics program and begun to seek proposals for the fourth sprint. Soar Technology and Carnegie Mellon University received separate contracts to perform work under the OFFSET program’s third sprint, which aims to explore new human-swarm teaming technologies, DARPA said Monday.
 

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Maximus Federal’s Andy Beamon: Agencies Should Understand Differences Between AI, Other Citizen Service Delivery Tools

Andy Beamon, vice president of digital solutions for citizen services at Maximus’ federal business, has said federal agencies seeking to transform the delivery of citizen services should understand how robotic process automation, artificial intelligence, bots and cognitive computing differ from one another. “Understanding the differences between them is important as it impacts both the citizens’ experience and government agencies navigating the procurement process,” Beamon wrote in a Nextgov article published Monday.

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