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Technology has seen a big leap in the past decade. We are all connected, day and night, via our smartphones. We can talk to anyone, make purchases, and find answers to our questions whenever we want, wherever we want.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is testing its ChemSigma initiative, a pilot study to provide initial data and insights into how such real-time chemical sensor networks would function.
Geospatial data can become personally identifiable information, so cities must reconcile the competing goals of access and privacy with the need to securely share data, a new report says.
The Coastal Inundation Dashboard combines data from 200 coastal water-level stations into one web-based tool to help local decision-makers get real time information on an approaching storms as well as insights into longer-term risks like high-tide flooding and sea-level rise.
The space agency will be conducting a year-long test of its toaster-sized deep space atomic clock, designed to make sure spacecraft can navigate accurately and autonomously on journeys to Mars and beyond.
The use of facial-recognition technology by law enforcement agencies may have outpaced the regulations that govern it, lawmakers suggest.
Forge.AI uses artificial intelligence and natural language processing to turn unstructured information into machine-readable data so it can be ingested by analytical systems in real time.
Big tech has become competitive field of mass intelligence gathering that is ripe for abuses so long as it remains largely unregulated.
Data-driven insights help agencies balance ensuring a program's integrity even when there are limited resources to investigate or fix identified problems.
The cloud-based, multiplayer game analyzes decision-making behaviors from choices made in thousands of games along with basic demographic information about participants.
As the amount high-quality weather data increases, NOAA is looking at a cloud-based exchange for global weather information.
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