Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Thursday, September 24, 2020
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DoD’s Early Warning System Targets New Enemy: COVID-19

Artificial intelligence technology has been enlisted in a Defense Department research effort to develop an early warning system for identifying infectious diseases. Recent COVID-19 outbreaks in the confined quarters ...Full Article

AI Career Notes: September 2020 Edition

In this monthly feature we bring you up to date on the latest career developments in the enterprise AI community -- promotions, new hires and accolades: Victoria Coleman Victoria ...Full Article

New DARPA Director Brings AI Expertise

The Pentagon’s top research agency is extending its technology chops with the appointment of a new director with extensive industry experience in strategic sectors ranging from AI to underlying ...Full Article

AI Emerges as US Priority in Budget Talks

Among a lengthy list of U.S. technology initiatives included in pending budget legislation is a proposed National Artificial Intelligence Initiative that would be managed across several science agencies. The ...Full Article

DARPA Strengthens Ties with Arm

Arm Ltd. is expanding its partnership with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to provide greater access to its semiconductor intellectual property portfolio under an umbrella DARPA microelectronics initiative. ...Full Article

Arm’s Segars Unwraps ‘5th Gen’ Computing Vision

The simultaneous maturation of three technologies—AI, the Internet of Things and 5G wireless—are ushering in a data-driven 5th wave of computing underpinned by current cloud infrastructure, according to the ...Full Article

DARPA Chip Effort Pivots to Securing US Supply Chain

A three-year-old Defense Department electronics initiative is bearing fruit in the form of public-private partnerships in areas ranging from post-Moore’s Law chip architectures to the growing national security requirement ...Full Article

Chip Proposals Seek to Revive U.S. Manufacturing

Legislation introduced in the U.S. House and Senate seeks to revive the U.S. semiconductor industry via a roughly $12 billion spending package and tax incentives designed to promote technology ...Full Article

DARPA Stress Tests its Hardware-Centric Security Approach

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency launched a cyber security effort several years back designed to replace commonly used security patches for software applications with the ability to spot ...Full Article

DARPA Moves to Secure Chip Designs

The U.S. military is ramping up efforts to secure semiconductors and its electronics supply chain by embedding defenses during the chip design phase. The automation effort also addresses the ...Full Article
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