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Trump's spy agencies say AI vendors will sell them needle-detection tools for infinite haystacks

When the 9/11 commission reported back on the intelligence failures that led to the attacks 16 years ago, they identified a key problem: America's spy agencies had collected so much useless, indiscriminate information (haystacks) that they couldn't find the useful, salient facts (needles) buried there. (more…)
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