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Biometric Technologies Listening Session 2

On November 18 and November 29, there will be two public listening sessions, both virtual, on Public and Private Sector Uses of AI-Enabled Biometric Technologies. The purpose of these listening ...

Biometric Technologies Listening Session 1

On November 18 and November 29, there will be two public listening sessions, both virtual, on Public and Private Sector Uses of AI-Enabled Biometric Technologies. The purpose of these listening ...

National AI Research Institutes Program Webinar

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has advanced tremendously and today promises personalized healthcare; enhanced national security; improved transportation; and more effective education, to name just a few benefits. Increased computing power, the ...

AFRL Machine Learning Challenge

The use of machine learning techniques to enable modeling of complex problems is of significant interest to the Department of Defense (DoD). One goal that could benefit from machine learning ...

Virtual Workshop on Next-Generation Sequencing and Radiomics

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Joint Leadership Council Next-Generation Sequencing and Radiomics Working Group is hosting a virtual workshop on resource ...

3rd NOAA Workshop on Leveraging AI in Environmental Sciences

This hybrid workshop is a continuation of the NOAA series of workshops on “Leveraging AI in Environmental Sciences.” The third event continues the successes of previous workshops and encourages participation ...

CPSC and ANSI meeting to discuss AI and ML voluntary standards

The Consumer Product Safety Commission's Chief Technologist will discuss AI and ML voluntary standards via teleconference with representatives from the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the American Society for Testing ...

NIST’s Workshop on AI Measurement and Evaluation

This three-day NIST workshop aims to bring together stakeholders and experts to identify the most pressing needs for AI measurement and evaluation and to advance the state of the art and practice. 

Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) AI Forum

This forum collected information on the voluntary consensus standards, certification, and product specification efforts associated with products using AI, machine learning, and related technologies. The information collected from the forum is assisting CPSC staff in making recommendations for improving the safety of consumer products that include this technology.

NIST’s Explainable AI Workshop

This workshop explored an understanding of explainable AI, based on a draft NIST whitepaper describing four principles of explainable AI. Discussions addressed the roles of explanations in the AI life cycle, how explainable AI fits into the trustworthy AI ecosystem, and what a risk management strategy looks like for explainable AI.

NIST’s Bias in AI Workshop

This workshop aimed to develop a shared understanding of bias in AI that can guide and speed the innovation and adoption of trustworthy AI systems, including measurements, standards, and related tools. This workshop aimed to build a community of interest for NIST’s multi-faceted work in this area, which includes foundational and use-inspired research, evaluation, standards, and policy engagement.

NIST’s Exploring AI Trustworthiness: Workshop Series Kickoff Webinar

This workshop was held to kick off a NIST initiative involving private and public sector organizations and individuals in discussions about building blocks for trustworthy AI systems and the associated measurements, methods, standards, and tools to implement those building blocks when developing, using, and testing AI systems. NIST’s effort will be informed by a series of workshops that will follow this initial session.

Artificial Intelligence & Wireless Spectrum: Opportunities and Challenges

This workshop focused on the application of existing and new AI techniques in the wireless spectrum context. Topics explored include AI for future communications networks, for dynamic spectrum allocation and policy management, and for spectrum sharing. Experts from government, private industry, and academia discussed current use cases, effective technology, tools, and practices, while identifying gaps and issues that will require additional research to resolve.

Artificial Intelligence for Materials Science (AIMS) 2019 Workshop

This workshop explored the use of AI to efficiently evaluate materials performance during materials discovery. Topics addressed included application of classification and regression techniques, selection of features and descriptors for materials, comparison of AI techniques for materials, and related topics.

Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity Workshop

This workshop assessed key research challenges and opportunities at the intersection of cybersecurity and AI. The workshop discussed capability gaps and prospective research directions, focused both on the challenges of using AI/ML to improve security, and on improving the security of AI/ML itself.

Federal Engagement in Artificial Intelligence Standards Workshop

This workshop engaged private and public sector organizations and individuals in discussions to advance the development of a plan for Federal engagement in AI standards. Discussions at the workshop explored the current status and plans regarding AI technical standards, related needs and challenges, and the current and potential future role of Federal agencies in this domain.

DARPA’s AI Colloquium

This colloquium highlighted recent research results across the full breadth of DARPA’s investment in advancing the state of the art in AI. The colloquium sought to strengthen and expand DARPA’s innovation ecosystem, inform stakeholders of DARPA’s vision and priorities for AI, and inspire the technical research community to seek research and development partnerships with the Agency.