To search for needles in haystacks, the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) will soon be equipped with a dedicated conversational agent to assist its agents, inundated with a constant flow of information to manage as part of their missions. Eventually, this AI tool will be deployed and shared with the National Security Agency (NSA), the FBI, and then the entire US administration. As for the chatbot, there is no doubt that its mission will be as efficient as the Chinese mission.
The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) will soon have its own intelligent chat agent, directly inspired by ChatGPT, to analyze the mass of public information available to it as part of its various missions. Its goal in particular is to be able to compete with the cutting-edge technologies used by its Chinese competitors.
according to BloombergTherefore, the CIA is developing an AI-powered tool, intended to match that available to China. Its goal will be to help its analysts process the massive influx of public data available today online, to discover useful information for their research.
Facilitating the work of CIA agents
This tool will especially allow US intelligence agents to trace the original source of the information that will be provided to them. In fact, the idea is to be able to “chat” with the chatbot and systematically provide answers or summaries from sources.
Please note that although this data is publicly available, the CIA wishes to take privacy issues into account, while respecting the law. In addition to the CIA, this tool should be made available to the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). On the other hand, it will not be accessible to the public, not even to political decision-makers.
This project is actually part of a broader campaign to harness the power of AI across the US government. In general, the United States in particular has the ambition to compete with China, which has taken the lead in this area.
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