Of all the ways artificial intelligence is transforming our world, some of the most worrisome involve government use of AI.
Students contribute to a report on how AI is being used in governmental agencies and where it might go in the future.
The Securities and Exchange Commission used a proprietary algorithm to spot suspicious trading that will soon send a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. banker to prison.
Government contractors need to get on board with AI skills or they will become obsolete. Vendor neutral training is the answer.
A Silicon Valley lobby enrolled elite academia to avoid legal restrictions on artificial intelligence.
A new initiative, funded by the National Science Foundation, aims to set guidelines for what students should know about the fast-evolving technology.
Artificial intelligence in all its forms can enable powerful public sector innovations in areas as diverse as national security, food safety, and health care—but agencies should have a ...
Estonians already use a national ID card for things like e-voting and digital tax filing.
There is a tremendous opportunity for both near- and long-term government fraud, waste, and abuse savings. By leveraging advanced-analytics tools, new treatment mind-sets and staff skills, ...