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A Food and Drug Administration pilot is looking for technologies to verify and trace prescription drugs.
As the technology landscape realigns itself, organizations may see their competitive advantages evaporate, their security schemes broken and their talent pipeline empty.
A high-stakes policy debate among automakers, governments and telecommunications firms over the spectrum for vehicle-to-everything communications may eventually be solved by market forces.
Since launching the SmartHealth program, the state has seen a 25 percent reduction in employee turnover, a 37 percent reduction in overtime and a 10 percent drop in the number of sick days taken.
To avoid losing 3D leadership and bring manufacturing back home, the federal government must commit to building a 3D ecosystem, creating incentives and nurturing future talent.
The West Virginia Secretary of State’s office explains how the first statewide blockchain voting pilot for overseas voters came together.
Quantum Xchange sends quantum-generated cryptographic keys over fiber-optic cable to securely transfer critical data.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is considering adding blockchain as a service to its infrastructure platform.
The jurisdictions with the best regulation -- not the ones with the least -- will attract activity.
For the second round of its competition, the National Institute of Standards and Technology has chosen 26 algorithms that may help protect electronic information from attack by quantum-enabled computers.
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