The system developed at the Air Force Institute of Technology detects melanin to differentiate human skin from other materials.
Project Natick reflects Microsoft’s pursuit of sustainable data center solutions that offer lower cooling costs and less latency.
Questions on safety standards and cybersecurity still need to be answered before connected and autonomous vehicles make their way onto the nations roadways.
Computer scientist Jerry Kaplan talks about automation and its implications for many government functions
The Agile Robotics for Industrial Automation Competition aims to make industrial robots more capable, versatile, collaborative and easier to program.
Facial recognition technology now being tested to identify autism in children may help screen for other illnesses, such as post traumatic stress disorder.
Neurally inspired computing principles could deliver practical benefits for next-generation computers, according to the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity.
The Army Research Lab recently won funding as a finalist in the Head Health Challenge II for its solution to mitigate and prevent head injuries.
Researchers at Brown University have found a way to make 3-D scans from inexpensive digital cameras.
Because wearable technology has yet to take off, governments are proceeding with caution, primarily creating citizen-facing apps.
The Office of Naval Research’s new laboratory leverages both augmented and virtual reality for more efficient and cost-effective training, maintenance and operations.
Industry experts recently explained to lawmakers how unmanned aerial systems technology can ease the challenges of integrating drones into the national airspace.