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Focusing too much on the hypothetical potential of technologies like quantum computing could ultimately hinder their development.
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity wants a fully automated way to fuse and process the images and spectral data coming from space satellites so that it can spot changes across the Earth's surface in real time.
Researchers at Virginia Tech are working to inject machine learning into search and rescue protocols and optimize autonomous, multi-drone teams to make searches more effective.
Brain activity could be harnessed to optimize a performance of a human-machine team, according to an ARL researcher.
The Department of Energy plans to spend $40 million on research to help quantum computers tackle a range of scientific problems.
The Army Research Laboratory is working on incorporating artificial intelligence into drones and thermal recognition tech to give warfighters increased situational awareness.
The Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate is looking for new solutions to 12 common challenges.
Transportation Security Administration looks to get 2,000 computed tomography scanners into U.S. airports in the next five years.
Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency's High ClaaS (for classified as a service) program encourages development of technologies that would allow highly isolated computing tasks to be run on shared commercial clouds.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants to build an automated language acquisition system that learns language the way children do -- extracting meaning from hearing sounds while observing the environment.
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