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Hacking AI: Exposing Vulnerabilities in Machine Learning

Jul 28, 2020 |

A military drone misidentifies enemy tanks as friendlies. A self-driving car swerves into oncoming traffic. An NLP bot gives an erroneous summary of an intercepted wire. These are examples of how AI systems can be hacked, which is an area of increased focus for government and industrial leaders alike. Read more…

Why AI Is a Critical Capability for the US Space Force

Mar 2, 2020 |

The Pentagon is looking for ways to leverage artificial intelligence in all branches of the military. But for the newly christened US Space Force, AI will be core to its mission from day one, says Chris Bogdan, a retired three-star USAF general who’s now a senior vice president with Booz Allen Hamilton. Read more…

Data West Brings Technology Leaders to SDSC

Dec 6, 2018 |

Data and technology enthusiasts from around the world descended upon the San Diego Supercomputing Center (SDSC) for the third annual Data West conference, which is taking place this week on the campus of the University of California, San Diego. Read more…

From Big Guns to Big Data: US Navy Looks to Tech for Advantages

Sep 21, 2018 |

For decades, the US Navy’s measure of success was its capability to hit a moving target at sea better than the other guy. But today, the $142-billion organization considers its ability to innovate with big data and AI as key aspects of its mission, and those capabilities will be the central theme of its HACKtheMACHINE event this weekend in Seattle, Washington. Read more…

News In Brief

Defenses Emerge to Combat Adversarial AI

Jan 30, 2020 |

As threats like deep fakes and data poisoning lurk, momentum is building for deploying trusted, pre-trained AI models with embedded security and defenses against the emerging threat known as adversarial AI. Read more…

Booz Allen Gives Government a Deep Learning Edge

Mar 28, 2019 |

The latest breakthroughs in deep learning technology have emanated from places like Silicon Valley and Toronto, where Turing Award-winner Geoffrey Hinton did his seminal work. But deep learning applications today are finding their way to Washington D.C., often through the assistance of government contractors like Booz Allen Hamilton (BAH). Read more…

Frameworks Seek to Control AI

Feb 14, 2019 |

AI governance frameworks are emerging as guard rails for controlling algorithms that are playing a growing role in human decision-making. Among the goals is managing the consequences of those decisions. Read more…

Call For U.S. Machine Intelligence Plan Stresses Trust

Mar 1, 2018 |

The rise of machine intelligence has prompted policy wonks to weigh in with a list of caveats along with recommendations for preserving the American technology lead in AI and machine learning while initiating the process of managing future risks. Read more…

Standards Effort Seeks to Redefine ‘Data Scientist’

Nov 8, 2017 |

Da-ta Sci-en-tist, noun, a person employed to analyze and interpret complex digital data, such as the usage statistics of a website, especially in order to assist a business in its decision-making.” Read more…

This Just In

Fifth Annual Data Science Bowl Announces Winners

Apr 10, 2020 |

MCLEAN, Va., April 10, 2020 — Booz Allen Hamilton and Kaggle, in partnership with PBS KIDS, today announced the winners of the 2019 Data Science Bowl which challenged participants to use artificial intelligence (AI) to advance innovation in educational media for young children.

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