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David Miller, interim chief technology officer at the FBI, is pictured sitting in a chair on stage at a GDIT event. He is holding a microphone and sits in front of a striped backdrop with the name of the event on it: "EMERGE: AI on the Frontlines."
David Miller (right), interim chief technology officer at the FBI, discusses how the agency is operationalizing AI at a GDIT event June 4, 2024. Ralph Tursi (left), the senior director of law enforcement at GDIT, moderated the discussion.

FBI’s AI work includes ‘Shark Tank’-style idea exploration, tip line use case

Adopting AI for its own work — such as the FBI’s tip line — and identifying how adversaries could be using the technology are both in focus…
From left, GDIT’s Nisa Moore, the Treasury Department’s Sarah Nur, the State Department’s Gharun Lacy and Eileen Vidrine, formerly of the Air Force, participate in a panel discussion at a GDIT event on June 4, 2024, in Washington, D.C. (Scoop News Group photo)

AI fuels rise in attacks from ‘unsophisticated threat actors,’ federal cyber leaders say

Officials from Treasury, State and the FBI say information-sharing is increasingly important as AI enables so-so hackers to level up.
FBI and DOJ data center, Pocatello, Idaho
Inside the FBI and DOJ data center in Pocatello, Idaho. The facility was opened in November 2019. (FBI)

FBI finance team working on first software bot

The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s finance modernization team said Tuesday it will soon roll out a bot for automatically paying invoices and updating budget line items that…