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High-performance computing has been critical in powering computational drug discovery, and Oak Ridge National Lab’s next machine, the exascale system Frontier, will push that work further, faster.
With more people wearing masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, facial recognition developers are building datasets of images featuring masked faces and upgrading existing solutions.
Although government and industry are deploying systems involving infrared thermal cameras to perform fever-screening, there is a glaring lack of clinical evidence that they work.
The nine-year Scalable, Adaptive and Resilient Autonomy program aims to develop resilient, intelligent and collaborative ground and aerial vehicles that can operate in complex and contested environments.
Whether states and local governments can pull off a virtual voting program may depend on the technology’s ability to validate and track every vote while simultaneously maintaining the trust of constituents.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration is opposing the Federal Communications Commission’s plan to permit a commercial 5G provider to set up shop in spectrum adjacent to that used by the government for GPS.
An Army-Navy partnership will produce and deliver 3D-printed nasal test swabs for COVID-19 testing.
Indiana Department of Transportation is working with Purdue University researchers to build intelligent infrastructure that is adaptive, sustainable and resilient.
Using datasets on climate, health and social movement, researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab want to identify what influences COVID-19 transmission.
Computer sensors that monitor temperature, voltage levels and power consumption can quickly detect the power surges that indicate ransomware has started encrypting files.
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