With data on soil moisture collected from a NASA satellite, researchers were able predict power outages with 91 percent accuracy five days before Hurricane Matthew raked the East Coast in early October.
Using 30 petabytes of aggregated and anonymized data from the Veterans Information Systems and Technology Architecture, Flow Health will help the Department of Veterans Affairs improve health care for veterans.
The new tool extracts relevant data from the case notes narratives in electronic heath records.
The blockchain can become the city’s operating system, invisible yet ubiquitous, improving citizens’ access to services, goods and economic opportunities.
Lockheed Martin has been experimenting with quantum systems to speed verification and validation of mission-critical software.
AWS released three artificial-intelligence services that will allow developers to build conversational user experiences for web, mobile and connected-device apps.
Ohio’s open road laboratory features high-capacity fiber-optic cables and sensors to communicate with autonomous and connected vehicles.
Biobots can be dispatched into damaged buildings or other hazardous environments to collect data.
Although mainstream quantum computing is still years off, agencies are starting to experiment with D-Wave machines for optimization problems.
The Pentagon's Defense Innovation Unit Experimental released a how-to guide explaining how Defense organizations can take advantage of “other transactions.”
An animated White House will appear on any $1 bill when viewed with the new 1600 app.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants to build a gaming and social media platform that will engage a diverse community of creative minds to solve emerging science and technology problems.
A senate subcommittee heard from artificial intelligence experts on the challenges and potential of the technology.
Experts in the EV community discussed how data can help spur the technology’s adoption at the first-ever Electric Vehicle Datathon.