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The US Department of Defense | February 25, 2020
The US Department of Defense (DoD) has announced the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) ethical principles. AI ethical principles will cover the five major areas of responsibility, equitability, traceability, reliability and governability. These principles will be enforced on both combat and non-combat army functions. The principles have been embraced following recommendations by the Defence Innovation Board in October last year....
Torch.AI | August 19, 2022
Torch.AI, pioneers of data infrastructure AI, announced today a partnership with Vertosoft to accelerate the adoption of next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) and data infrastructure software capabilities across the U.S. Government.
Torch.AI, already supporting some of the world's most important organizations, has re-imagined how organizations use and extract value from data. The company's software is quickly becoming the AI ecosystem and data infrastructure standar...
The National Security Agency | January 24, 2020
The National Security Agency issued an advisory with technical guidance for procuring and securing systems reliant on cloud service providers amid a push for the government to adopt the technology. “With careful implementation and management, cloud capabilities can minimize risks associated with cloud adoption, and empower customers to take advantage of cloud security enhancements,” reads the NSA guide, while noting “Security in the cloud is a constant process and customers sho...
Google | February 26, 2020
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post Wednesday that the company is investing more than $10 billion this year in data centers and offices across the United States. The move comes as Google faces increased scrutiny from U.S. regulators. Leaders of the House Judiciary Committee in September requested documents from the company, raising antitrust concerns. The Federal Trade Commission said in February that it’s examining prior acquisitions made by Google parent Alphabet. And the DOJ in...
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