Emerging Tech

Emerging Tech

  • machine-level malware (Inked Pixels/Shutterstock.com)

    Using neural nets to snag malware before it strikes

    NFrame, a hardware-based artificial neural network monitors the details of program activity at the machine level, learning how programs should execute.

  • internet fast lane (MarekPiotrowski/Shutterstock.com)

    Internet fast lane for first responders

    A new routing protocol may allow first responders and emergency managers to send data-intensive communications over the internet regardless of the amount of other traffic eating up the available bandwidth.

  • iceberg (By Rashevskyi Viacheslav/Shutterstock.com)

    Shining light on the darknet

    DarkSum crawls the darknet, indexing its content and making it viewable.

  • road signs (ravipat/Shutterstock.com)

    Smart infrastructure for roadside-to-vehicle communication

    SinWaves’ wireless system transmits road-related information to alert approaching drivers and autonomous vehicles to upcoming events.

  • image analysis of 74.25 gigapixel image of San Francisco. (ViSUS/YouTube)

    Gigapixel image analysis on the fly

    The ViSUS data-streaming application can progressively process and display ultra-large image files in real time on consumer hardware.

  • Training neural network for object recognition (a car with front lights) in action. Credit: Uni Research Computing

    Deep-learning tools surpass humans in analyzing images

    Researchers are using big data analysis on images and videos for a variety of purposes, from managing traffic and detecting autism in children to providing warning of imminent landslides.

  • remote hiker (Shutterstock.com)

    SatPaq to the rescue with satellite texting

    Embedded in a smartphone case, the device uses microwaves to send text messages via geostationary satellites.

  • aftermath of bombing (Prometheus72 / Shutterstock.com)

    Predicting suicide attacks by analyzing similarities

    By analyzing features and patterns in recent attacks, researchers may be able to predict not only the characteristics of future attacks, but timing and location as well.

  • Microelectromechanical device with micro mirror mounted in system to direct infrared laser light to the receiver (photo by Patrick Mansell / Penn State)

    Cool, cable-free data centers via laser data transmission

    Researchers have demonstrated that infrared lasers can be used to send high-speed, low-error data streams from equipment mounted on top of server racks.

  • Putting HoloLens to work inspecting infrastructure (University of Cambridge/YouTube)

    Putting HoloLens to work inspecting infrastructure

    Mixed reality apps will combine images and existing modeling data to help HoloLens-wearing inspectors quickly evaluate a structure’s integrity and construction progress.

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  • complaint button on keyboard (ESB Professional/Shutterstock.com)

    EEOC preps for #MeToo complaints


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