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Humans integrate and compress multiple components of an experience, including sight and smell – which simply can’t be handled in the way today’s computers sense, process and store data.
The University of Michigan's Mcity campus now features a 5G network for smart city autonomous vehicle safety testing.
Crowdsourcing is delivering creative technology solutions to the responder community thanks to challenges from IBM, AT&T FirstNet and the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
The synergy between policy goals, business needs and digital transformation is crucial to governments' ability to optimize the services they offer.
The Department of Veterans Affairs plans to use adaptive controllers in gaming sessions designed to assist mental and physical rehabilitation and improve socialization for veterans with limited mobility.
DroneAid uses visual recognition to detect and count SOS icons on the ground from drone video streams and automatically plots the emergency needs on a map for first responders.
Drones are relatively cheap technologies for military use, but they potentially leave open opportunities for cyber criminals and perhaps even cyber warfare.
News of potential uses (and one misuse) of distributed ledger technology.
Although 5G has potential to transform society, widespread use of the high-bandwidth, low-latency communications technology is still some time off.
The light-weight, low-cost tensegrity-based robots carry cameras and sensors and can survive being dropped from a drone.
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