Artificial Intelligence

Pentagon’s AI initiatives accelerate hard decisions on lethal autonomous weapons – Associated Press

Photo: The Longshot, an air-launched unmanned aircraft that General Atomics is developing with the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency for use in tandem with piloted Air Force jets Artificial intelligence employed by the U.S. military has piloted pint-sized surveillance drones in special operations forces’ missions and helped Ukraine in its war against Russia. It tracks soldiers’

Artificial Intelligence

Putin to boost AI work in Russia to fight a Western monopoly he says is ‘unacceptable and dangerous’ – Associated Press

Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin, center, and Sberbank CEO German Gref, left, visit an exhibition of an artificial intelligence conference AI Journey in Moscow Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday announced a plan to endorse a national strategy for the development of artificial intelligence, emphasizing that it’s essential to prevent a Western monopoly. Speaking at


TikTok initiates a new policy on AI-generated content

AI was the leading buzz on the internet in 2023, as the delivery of ChatGPT paved the way for companies to develop and adopt AI technology more dynamically. Artificial Intelligence has proven to be an efficient tool for companies and employees working with large data sets or were required to write considerably difficult documents.  However,


Future Trends in Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC) Software

Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC) software has rapidly evolved in recent years, shaping how businesses in Australia and worldwide communicate and collaborate. With the advent of advanced technology and changing work dynamics, the future of UCC software holds exciting prospects. This article will explore the future trends in UCC software, where solutions like Microsoft Teams


Opinion: This Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Spy Chiefs Warn of China’s Expanded Effort To Steal Technologies – Inside Sources

An unprecedented summit of intelligence chiefs from five nations warned that China’s espionage efforts are increasingly focused on Silicon Valley tech companies rather than the U.S. government. The recent gathering was the first-ever public meeting of the so-called “Five Eyes” intelligence-sharing network, consisting of the heads of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Britain’s MI5, and the

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