Facial recognition is emerging as an authentication method more accurate than passwords – but how do these systems work?
The University of Michigan debuts its Mcity test environment -- 32 acres designed specifically to test the potential of driverless vehicles.
A revised list of "leading edge technologies" for the Alliant 2 contract reflects the General Services Administration's vision for near-future IT.
The Air Force is looking for a cognitive computing tool to help the acquisition workforce navigate the documents and regulations associated with DOD procurement.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has contracted for a virtual test bed for its Squad X Core Technologies program.
States increasingly are employing facial recognition software to compare driver’s license or ID photos with other images on file.
The first HoloLens software development company launched last week, while Microsoft is offering research-and-development grants for its mixed-reality technology.
A feasibility study indicated a successful performance of the Army Research Lab’s tactical reconnaissance vehicle, which will now move toward the prototype phase.
A recent Brookings Institute report highlights the challenges governments can expect from widespread adoption of new technologies such as autonomous vehicles and artificial intelligence.
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NASA is researching ways to give UAS operators real-time flight information to increase the safety of the national airspace.
The vehicles will be tested on more than 70 miles of roadway in Northern Virginia – some of the most congested corridors in the United States.