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The National Science Foundation and the Department of Energy will be investing over more than $1 billion over five years to build 12 new artificial intelligence and quantum information science research institutes, the White House announced.
The Federal Aviation Administration plans to test anti-drone technologies to see how they perform in real-world environments.
Two recently announced artificial intelligence collaborations show how the technology can affect real world problems, according to the head of the Energy Department's AI office.
State, local and private sector could run afoul of federal laws if they deploy drone detection and mitigation systems without careful thought, federal agencies say.
Amazon Web Services announced the general availability of Amazon Braket, a service that taps AWS cloud resources to run quantum computing algorithms on simulated quantum computers, reducing the need for developers to set up and manage their own infrastructure.
When preparing for emergencies that can’t be economically or responsibly recreated live, virtual reality gives responders the opportunity to experience alternate outcomes and practice real-time communication.
Scientists at the Army Research Lab are using facial recognition technology to gauge the trust soldiers have in their robotic teammates, enabling developers to calibrate systems so that they work efficiently with humans whose native trust levels vary.
By adding artificial intelligence to robotic process automation, agencies can accelerate the ability of RPA to complete a multitude of tasks at once, which is particularly helpful when analyzing large swaths of data.
GPU-accelerated virtual workstations allow scientists to continue working with massive datasets from almost anywhere.
COVIDWISE is the first statewide deployment of the COVID-19 exposure notifications system application programming interface jointly created by Apple and Google.
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