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Artificial Intelligence Experts Address Getting Capabilities to Warfighters

Two Defense Department artificial-intelligence experts testified on Capitol Hill yesterday on DODs efforts to transform delivery of capabilities enabled by artificial intelligence to the nations warfighters.

Andrew ChienPublic Enemy #1...The Blogger - At the Tehran’s Azad University on January 21, 2006, it was an ordinary day for an extraordinary student. Mojtaba Saminejad leans against an open window with
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with Createaway.com's President and Co-Founder Mike Rabbitts - Podcasting, what is it?...Createaway is a new and innovative digital broadcast portal which now provides its users with a wormhole to unlimited broadcasting
John GoodinBuy My Blog! Now - There was a time, not long ago, when online journals were reserved for depressed teenagers and minor celebrities.
Matthew KentDean: Learn technology now - Charles Rohn, dean of the college of education/professional studies, said at the school of technology's global centennial symposium that education has dramatically affected technology
Jermaine UwahiriweRwandan Women determined to get equal access to IT - IT is a field that is becoming increasingly accepted and relied upon in Rwanda and indeed in Africa as a whole, as a crucial means to achieve development. Nevertheless, IT impact is not gender neutral. Rwanda is trying hard to fill the gap between
Matthew KentTraffic Lights Become More Energy Efficient in Carbondale, Illinois - The city of Carbondale replaced traffic signals at 25 intersections with energy-efficient LED lights
Melissa AustriaCustomer Satisfaction Guaranteed: Just A Click Away - Driving to the store to go shopping can be a hassle. As the use of technology increases, shopping on the internet is becoming convenient and popular for many people.
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