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    AF eyes augmented reality for aircraft maintenance

    The Air Force Research Laboratory wants to move away from printed maintenance instructions and toward projecting scaled visualizations of the task onto the machinery being serviced.

  • blockchain for health data (LeoWolfert/Shutterstock.com)

    Harnessing blockchain for electronic health records

    The CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics is testing how blockchain can be used to provide access to data in electronic health records.

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    How cities can prepare for blockchain

    Blockchain technology can improve government efficiency by optimizing everyday tasks and interactions, a new National League of Cities report says.

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    Sacramento drives digital license plate test

    The plates will provide fleet management data to the city, allow drivers to renew registrations online and even flash emergency messages.

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    Connected vehicles pilots pave the way to autonomy

    A fully autonomous automotive ecosystem is still decades down the road, but experts say vehicles will be communicating with roadside infrastructure much sooner.

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    Building ethics into AI

    With artificial intelligence steadily making its way into government systems, now is the time to address the ethical issues, AI experts say.

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    Connected cars can lie, posing a new threat to smart cities

    Intelligent Traffic Signal Systems assume the data they receive is legitimate. That’s not a safe assumption.

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    VA explores blockchain for contract close-outs

    The VA's Strategic Acquisition Center is looking for solutions that incorporate distributed ledger technology in the contract close-out process.

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    4 ways AI can make the public safer

    From improving emergency response time, to tracking epidemics and money laundering, artificial intelligence can play an increasingly vital role in keeping the public safe.

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    Can politics be predicted?

    The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity wants a program that takes the guesswork out of forecasting worldwide geopolitical issues.

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    High-tech lie detection

    From mouse-movement trackers to language-analysis algorithms, lie-detection technology is taking advantage of all the Information Age has to offer.

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    DARPA wants to simulate underground environments for robot testing

    For its Subterranean Challenge, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is providing the SubT Virtual Testbed, an open-source simulation platform meant to mirror underground environments.

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    Nominations now open for the Government Innovation Awards

    Help us find the best examples of public sector innovation in six critical categories.

  • facial recognition technology (metamorworks/Shutterstock.com)

    Combining the facial recognition decisions of humans and computers can prevent costly mistakes

    Improving the accuracy of facial-recognition systems can make society safer by protecting against terrorism, organized crime and identity fraud.

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  • automated security (Oskari Porkka/Shutterstock.com)

    How to create a secure cyber environment


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