When the pandemic makes learning at a distance a necessity, augmented reality may help the military maintain readiness.
The Defense Department is investing $600 million for at-scale 5G testing of augmented/virtual reality for mission planning and training, smart warehouses and technologies to enhance distributed command and control.
Department of Homeland Security is investing in five startups to support their blockchain-based solutions that control counterfeiting and forgery.
Deepfake detection tools will be just one part of the arsenal in the broader fight against disinformation.
Inspectors with the North Carolina Department of Transportation can now use unmanned aerial systems to examine the underside of bridges to better analyze the bridge’s integrity and identify possible problems.
The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is working to develop machine learning models that can go beyond the capabilities of robotic process automation and make decisions about financial transactions.
The Air Force has equipped a legacy U-2 surveillance aircraft with machine learning thanks to Kubernetes, an open-source container-orchestration system that automates the application deployment, scaling and management.
LOC is looking for researchers to experiment with the tools, cost structures and technologies that will make its massive collections widely available to data-driven research.
By leveraging virtual reality systems that integrate speech, gestures, haptics and 3D visualizations, DARPA aims to create an environment where teams can securely and efficiently collaborate.
Mid- to long-term strategic planning must keep moving ahead, factoring in which emerging technologies will soon become lowest-price technically-acceptable commodities.