Government services could be just a voice command away if agencies could easily launch their own virtual assistants.
Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have successfully used facial recognition software to diagnose a rare, genetic disease in Africans, Asians and Latin Americans.
The space agency is developing laser communication technology that will make data transmission between space and earth much faster.
NASA’s Raven module uses sensors, machine-vision algorithms and a radiation-tolerant processing platform to automate navigation and docking.
Based on the IBM Cloud, the new service gives enterprises a way to experiment with the distributed ledger technology.
The Defense Department's maintenance and supply-chain challenges have made it a leader in additive manufacturing, but the next major hurdle will be ensuring that the technology is secure.
There about as many definitions of artificial intelligence as there are researchers developing the technology.
A voice-activated virtual assistant may make it easier for veterans to schedule appointments that are then integrated with their health records and the workflow at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Federal Highway Administration wants to study the potential for AR technology to improve management of highway construction projects.
A number of agencies have been able to leverage innovation to deliver government services more efficiently, create public value and transform lives, a new report says.
Though their effectiveness as training tools is disputed, violent video games can be used for recruiting soldiers and promoting the geopolitical goals of the military.
The success of Chicago's Array of Things sensor net depends not only on the resilience of the hardware but the look of the nodes, according to the project’s lead.