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By making blockchain a piece of middleware or a microservice, other applications can call a distributed-ledger function for asset management, identity management and smart contracts, a new IDC report says.
The Air Force Research Lab and a biosensor startup have developed an implanted sensor that would allow medical personnel to continuously monitor troops for indications of a potential illness.
To deploy and secure internet-of-things networks, execs are blending traditional strategies and new technologies like blockchain, according to a recent survey.
The system detects when time-sensitive applications would benefit from more compute power and orchestrates the reallocation of packets across server cores.
Today's GPUs can handle artificial intelligence, machine learning and other high-performance tasks, making them a vital component of digital transformation, better public service and improved national security.
The Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System features a customizable, drop-in kit that would allow advanced automation to be easily added to existing aircraft.
The Food and Drug Administration built a cloud-based, customizable blockchain system that securely shares data on medical treatments used during epidemics and chemical or biological disasters in real time.
The full-body scanners at airports across the country frequently give false alarms for Afros, braids, twists and other hairstyles popular among black women.
The technology can improve the way agencies handle their most sensitive evidence and data, enhance interagency cooperation and promote greater public trust in the integrity of investigations.
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