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Police across the country solving cold cases by uploading crime-scene DNA to databases where purchasers of genetic testing kits share their DNA in hopes of finding long-lost relatives.
Scientists at the Army Research Lab have shown that distributed deep learning algorithms can deliver the same performance as algorithms that run at a single, centralized location.
The Integrated Visual Augmentation System can run augmented reality training, assess soldiers’ biometrics and performance and connect to a warfighter’s weapon sensor.
Instead of replacing the current infrastructure of optical fibers, data centers and base stations, the quantum internet will build on top of and make maximum use of the existing, classical internet.
The lack of cybersecurity standards and regulations for commercial satellites, coupled with complex supply chains and layers of stakeholders, leaves satellites highly vulnerable to hackers.
The intelligence community’s research arm wants help detecting and monitoring human activity over time.
The state is expanding its electronic voting application to better accommodate absentee voters with physical disabilities despite concerns from security experts.
The program aims to develop models of the implicit, detailed, collective understanding local residents have of how cultural systems work.
The Haptic Interfaces for Public Safety Challenge generated a number of innovations that will give responders who can't see or hear when they're battling fires more information about their environment.
AFWERX's Base of the Future showcase will take advantage of the nearly wholesale rebuilding of Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida.
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