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Data that is being encrypted and stored today will certainly be at risk as large-scale quantum computers enter the market before that data reaches the end of its valuable life.
Weather researchers are using facial recognition technologies to analyze approaching storms to determine whether they are likely to produce damaging hail.
A modular mechanical "pilot" recently completed a two-hour flight at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah.
The 5G ecosystem, with its dense small-cell infrastructure, software-defined capabilities and interconnected devices, requires a redefined cyber strategy, a new report says.
As blockchain use cases and applications grow, governments at all levels continue learning about the technology.
A new program aims to build AI-enabled teams of autonomous systems that can react to changing context and learn from experience.
The Army uses a mix of web-based biometrics tools to help identify people who may pose a threat to the Defense Department missions.
Drones of every stripe crawled and flew through mine shafts in DARPA’s latest subterranean technology competition.
The SemaFor program seeks to develop semantic technologies for identifying falsified media to better defend against large-scale, automated disinformation attacks.
To decrease its reliance on small unmanned aerial systems manufactured by Chinese firm DJI, the Department of Defense is looking to help establish a domestic manufacturing base for lightweight drones.
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