Artificial Intelligence (AI) refers to the ability of machines to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence – for example, recognizing patterns, learning from experience, drawing conclusions, making predictions, or taking action – whether digitally or as the smart software behind autonomous physical systems.
NEUROMORPHIC COMPUTING FOR SPACE
Neuromorphic computing, which draws insights from neuroscience to create chips that function more like the biological brain, aspires to deliver orders of magnitude improvements in energy efficiency, speed of computation and efficiency of learning across a range of edge applications.Read More ›
AIR FORCE COGNITIVE ENGINE
What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)? AI refers to a machine’s ability to gather observations, create knowledge and apply that knowledge to accomplish certain tasks. As we approach an era when most of our knowledge will be machine generated, AI will enable people to use this knowledge effectively. When AI examines an environment and creates knowledge […]Read More ›