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The Grants Community Blockchain would allow agencies and universities to track funding opportunities.
The Office of Naval Research has developed a game-based, immersive 3D virtual environment for individuals or teams training to launch and land aircraft.
In environments with blockchain-assured trusted data, agencies can layer on powerful tools like microservices and AI to be more effective and unlock new potential.
Amazon Web Services announced two cloud-based services for organizations that want to create and manage scalable blockchain networks.
The next generation of low-energy electronics devices will allow electricity to flow with minimal resistance, offering the possibility of a sustainable IT advances -- without the huge energy cost.
The Army wants to make sure American warfighters aren't behind the curve if and when quantum technology is operationalized.
Rather than asking humans to adapt to their nonhuman teammates, developers should design technology to serve as a good team player.
The Department of Homeland Security wants to prevent forgeries in the certificates and licenses issued by Customs and Border Protection, Citizen and Immigration Services and the Transportation Security Administration.
Researchers are developing algorithms that can detect when malware uses adversarial machine learning to attack networks and evade detection.