How artificial intelligence and computer science grew up together.Conjoined Twins: Artificial Intelligence and the Invention of Computer Science Read More
A chatbot prompt is a probe into the conversation of a crowd.Can Generative AI Bots Be Trusted? Read More
The emergence of these large learned models is also changing the nature of AI research in fundamental ways.Changing the Nature of AI Research Read More
The historians of tomorrow are using computer science to analyze how people lived centuries ago.How AI is helping historians better understand our past Read More
Verified AI is the goal of achieving strong, ideally provable assurances of correctness and trustworthiness of AI systems with respect to mathematically specified requirements. Five challenge areas for verified AI: Environment modelling, Formal specification, Modeling learning systems, Scalable formal engines, and Correct-by-construction design.Toward Verified Artificial Intelligence Read More
Defense tech companies have latched on to the metaverse hype—but what they’re building will be a far cry from Meta’s virtual world.The US Military Is Building Its Own Metaverse Read More
Honorees from this year’s 35 Innovators list are employing AI to find new molecules, fold proteins, and analyze massive amounts of medical data.AI’s progress isn’t the same as creating human intelligence in machines Read More
What if cybercriminals could hide pernicious payloads in places where commercial cybersecurity software were unable to detect it? Unfortunately, this approach is both possible and increasingly viable.Hidden Malware Ratchets Up Cybersecurity Risks Read More
There is promising, if somewhat slow, progress on making facial recognition software less biased.The Troubling Future for Facial Recognition Software Read More
Superheroes worry about having their identities revealed, while the rest of us in the real world worry about surveillance technologies and how they can be easily abused.Modern Tech Can’t Shield Your Secret Identity Read More
The E.U. is an early mover in the race to regulate AI, and with the draft E.U. AI Act, it has adopted an assurance-based regulatory environment using yet-to-be-defined AI assurance standards.Trust, Regulation, and Human-in-the-Loop AI: within the European region Read More
Just-in-time shipping is dead. Long live supply chains stress-tested with AI digital twins.How AI digital twins help weather the world’s supply chain nightmare Read More
The controversy over Project Maven shows the department has a serious trust problem. This is an attempt to fix that.The Department of Defense is issuing AI ethics guidelines for tech contractors Read More
DIU launched a strategic initiative in March 2020 to implement the DoD’s Ethical Principles for Artificial Intelligence (AI) into its commercial prototyping and acquisition programs.Responsible AI Guidelines Read More
The U.S. Department of Defense officially adopted a series of ethical principles for the use of Artificial Intelligence today following recommendations provided to Secretary of Defense Dr. Mark T. Esper by the Defense Innovation Board last October.DOD Adopts Ethical Principles for Artificial Intelligence Read More
Watch our (home) movie: Trillions of Questions, No Easy AnswersTrillions of Questions, No Easy Answers: A (home) movie about how Google Search works Read More
AI has not yet delivered on the promises in industry practice. The core business of industrial enterprises is not yet AI-enhanced.
We see a major need for future research regarding functional capabilities and realization technologies for an enterprise data marketplace.
We believe that deep networks excel because they exploit a particular form of compositionality in which features in one layer are combined in many different ways to create more abstract features in the next layer.
A key question for the future of AI is how do humans learn so much from observation alone?
Three key ways artificial intelligence is changing what it means to compute.How AI is reinventing what computers are Read More
Painstaking new techniques for archiving social media posts could provide crucial evidence in future prosecutions.The Race to Archive Social Posts That May Prove Russian War Crimes Read More