Tag Archives: Computing Power

Potomac Officers Club to Host Artificial Intelligence for Maneuver Virtual Event

Artificial Intelligence for Maneuver Virtual Event

In February, the Department of Defense (DoD) issued five Ethical Principles for Artificial Intelligence (AI): Responsible, Equitable, Traceable, Reliable and Governable, developed through recommendations from 2019 by the Defense Innovation Board (DIB) and the interim report of the National Security Commission on AI (NSCAI). Potomac Officers Club will host its Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Maneuver Virtual Event on Oct. 29.

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Dell Technologies’ Jay Boisseau: Data, Processors, Algorithms Could Help Agencies Advance AI Adoption

Jay Boisseau

Jay Boisseau, AI and HPC technology strategist at Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL), has said collection of more digital data, emergence of new processors and graphics processing units and development of better algorithms are the three elements that could help federal agencies create a “perfect storm” to push the adoption of artificial intelligence.

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DARPA Submits RFP to Improve Power/Computing Efficency

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has submitted a request for proposal for embedded power efficient computing. DARPA said it is looking for a way to provide improve computing efficiency per watt of electrical power. Improved computing power would enhance military intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities by enabling real-time information …

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