Military AI

Artificial intelligence flies XQ-58A Valkyrie drone

An XQ-58A Valkyrie drone launches at Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz., in 2020 to demonstrate the transfer of data among aircraft. (Staff Sgt. Joshua King/U.S. Air Force) WASHINGTON — Artificial intelligence software successfully flew an XQ-58A Valkyrie drone, the Air Force Research Laboratory announced Aug. 2. The U.S. lab led the three-hour sortie on July 25 […]

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IBM: Quantum Computers Are Already Doing Heavy Lifting

Using Google’s Sycamore quantum processor, a new study reveals that quantum computers need exponentially fewer experiments than classical machines to reveal insights about viruses, black holes, and more. Quantum computers can theoretically achieve a quantum advantage where they can find the answers to problems no classical computer could solve even if given thousands of years

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Belfer Center Annual Report 2022

The digest cited is a great resource providing many primary sources at the national level of the US government as well as those from international collaborations focusing on global issues ranging from the Arctic, Cyber, Defense, Geopolitics of Energy to Technology and Public Purpose. It was published in March of 2023… Belfer Center Annual Report

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