GAO is scolding the Pentagon for its inability to avoid cloud-related inefficiencies
Eric Schmidt wants to pack the military with cutting-edge tech to take on China
China is preparing to shoot down a UFO, too
What just happened? In a situation thought to be unprecedented in peaceful times, the US military has shot down a fourth flying object over North American airspace this month. The latest target, described as an octagonal structure with strings but no payload, was shot over Lake Huron in Michigan at 2.42 pm local time on Sunday following orders from President Biden.
The cloud empire strikes back
The company alleges "unmistakable bias" and "errors" in the process
Lookin' for a heartbeat...
Armed drone use is on the rise, but not in ways you'd expect
AMD, Intel, and the Pentagon are heavily investing in this new process
Video released by the Department of Defense shows the interceptor hitting the bullseye
Do we really want a computer behind the trigger?
Commanders will decide if the rules should apply
The search giant will not be renewing its government contract due to internal pressure
The company won't develop AI for weaponry
The Pentagon reportedly plans to block the sale of ZTE and Huawei devices in military base retail stores
The US government doesn't seem to trust Chinese phone makers