A new report and strategic plan outlines how government can foster the development of artificial intelligence.
DARPA, FEMA, NGA, Prince George's County, New Jersey's Parole Board and the Ark-Tex Council of Governments take top honors.
Researchers at the University of Washington have come up with a way to secure passwords by sending them through the human body, beyond the reach of wireless sniffers.
The Federal Aviation Administration's test of the SkyTracker drone-detection system shows what's possible in securing an increasingly crowded airspace.
The cloud-based, API-driven website was delivered in two months and has processed nearly half a million registrations.
The EMERGE program accelerates the delivery of wearable technologies for first responders by bringing startups, accelerators and strategic partners together in a common research and development effort.
Several federal agencies are piloting a program to reduce the manual labor associated with repetitive, rules-based data tasks.
The Los Angeles Information Technology Agency’s robotic system automates the disruptive and time-consuming testing of handheld radios.
The Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System uses optical sense-and-avoid technology to allow aircraft to detect and track other aircraft approaching in real-time.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is evaluating whether unmanned aerial systems can take some of the cost and danger out of bridge inspections.
Experts explore how law enforcement is using unmanned vehicles and the ethics that such quickly evolving tools entail.
Cybersecurity researchers show how data can be captured by near-field analysis of electromagnetic leakage.
The White House on Sept. 26 announced more than $80 million in new funding for smart cities research and projects across the county.
A Tripwire study also found that 88 percent of IT professionals think such hacks would pose a threat to public safety.