DARPA applying Artificial Intelligence for realtime cognitive electronic warfare
Modern radar and communications systems can subtly and quickly change their character, making them harder for U.S. aircraft and other platforms to jam or spoof. That reality is prompting DARPA to lead industry teams to apply artificial intelligence to electronic warfare. It's called "cognitive EW."
Watson correctly diagnoses woman after doctors were stumped
IBM’s artificial intelligence (AI) system, Watson, just saved the life of a Japanese woman by correctly identifying her disease. This is notable because, for some time, her illness went undetected using conventional methods, and doctors were stumped.
This is Japan's first case of an AI saving someone's life!
Initially developed as a way for researchers to see what a neural network saw when it looked at an image, now its being use to create original artwork. The algorithm learns a painting style and applies it to other images that it sees.