NIST quantum encryption

NIST looks for defense against code-cracking quantum machines

Pulling together quantum-resistant cryptography will take time, and NIST feels that, unless it starts now, that new cryptography won’t be ready.

In search of better flu forecasting

In search of better flu forecasting

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is working with 21 research teams to develop flu forecasting capacity in the United States.

VA building AI-powered knowledge graph of veteran health

VA building AI-powered knowledge graph of veteran health

Using 30 petabytes of aggregated and anonymized data from the Veterans Information Systems and Technology Architecture, Flow Health will help the Department of Veterans Affairs improve health care for veterans.

VA improves treatment with natural language processing tool

VA improves treatment with natural language processing tool

The new tool extracts relevant data from the case notes narratives in electronic heath records.

How blockchain will transform our cities

How blockchain will transform our cities

The blockchain can become the city’s operating system, invisible yet ubiquitous, improving citizens’ access to services, goods and economic opportunities.

Defense applications ripe for quantum computing

Defense applications ripe for quantum computing

Lockheed Martin has been experimenting with quantum systems to speed verification and validation of mission-critical software.

Amazon releases AI web services

Amazon releases AI web services

AWS released three artificial-intelligence services that will allow developers to build conversational user experiences for web, mobile and connected-device apps.

Ohio builds out its smart road

Ohio builds out its smart road

Ohio’s open road laboratory features high-capacity fiber-optic cables and sensors to communicate with autonomous and connected vehicles.

How DUIx gets cutting-edge tech so fast

How DUIx gets cutting-edge tech so quickly

The Pentagon's Defense Innovation Unit Experimental released a how-to guide explaining how Defense organizations can take advantage of “other transactions.”

Quantum computing: Probable solutions incredibly fast

Quantum computing: Probable solutions incredibly fast

Although mainstream quantum computing is still years off, agencies are starting to experiment with D-Wave machines for optimization problems.

Gaming for technology readiness

DARPA's multiplayer gaming platform for problem solving

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants to build a gaming and social media platform that will engage a diverse community of creative minds to solve emerging science and technology problems.

Congress gets up to speed on AI

Congress gets up to speed on AI

A senate subcommittee heard from artificial intelligence experts on the challenges and potential of the technology.


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