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    Can machines teach themselves about time?

    To expand the shelf life of artificial intelligence systems, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking for researchers to help it build a neural network architecture with a self-understanding of time.

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    Microsoft testing satellite-to-cloud service

    In proof-of-concept demonstrations, the company plans to connect a Spanish imaging satellite to two ground stations and load its data into the Azure cloud.

  • Virginia Tech researcher wearing exoskeleton (Eric Jing Du/YouTube)

    Training responders to use augmented reality, exoskeletons

    Researchers have developed a mixed-reality learning environment that uses exoskeletons and augmented reality to improve responders’ safety and performance by enhancing their physical and cognitive capabilities.

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    Smithsonian retools for post-COVID visitor tech

    To support social distancing, the National Museum of African American History and Culture is developing a strategy to convert elements of its in-person interactive exhibits to mobile apps.

  • AR microscope (Google/YouTube)

    DOD enlisting AR microscopes to spot cancer

    The Defense Innovation Unit is partnering with Google Cloud to use machine learning and augmented reality to speed and improve the accuracy of cancer diagnoses.

  • 5G on Air Force fightline

    AF looks to expand 5G to 20 more bases

    The Air Force looking for companies interested in leasing space to install additional infrastructure to support military and community cellular users at 20 installations ranging from Arizona up to North Dakota.

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    Blockchain as a COVID remedy

    Distributed ledger technology has been proposed as a cure for pandemic related issues, including supply chain management, funds distribution, absentee voting and social distancing.

  • abstract view of data (agsandrew/Shutterstock.com)

    Our quantum internet breakthrough could help make hacking a thing of the past

    By using multiplexing, a common telecommunications technique of combining or splitting signals, we can effectively send these entangled photon pairs to multiple combinations of people at once.

  • robot head and sound waves

    Hearing gives robot perception a big boost

    Robot perception could improve markedly by giving robots the ability to hear sounds, researchers report.

  • map data (BAIVECTOR/Shutterstock.com)

    Reimagining maps

    In a recent online forum, researchers discussed how to view maps not as 2D pieces of paper but as a systems involving user data and representation.

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