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By looking for inconsistencies in how different parts of the face move from frame to frame over time, researchers have been able to spot deepfakes 96% of the time.
The Indiana 5G Zone will provide lab space and 5G infrastructure to drive the testing and development of advanced networking applications.
These 40 projects at the federal, state and local levels show just how transformative government IT can be.
Encrypting biometrics or protecting the raw data with blockchain can protect it from leaking to unwanted parties and making biometric security unusable.
As a secure, transparent and regulatory compliant infrastructure, blockchain allows agencies to synchronize records, workflow processes and signatures for multiple parties to a transaction.
Function services, which provide computing to develop, run and manage applications on demand, can be ideal for both inward and outward facing cyclical government services.
The Department of Health and Human Services' blockchain-based acquisition portal will get a test run this fall and launch the beginning of the year, HHS CIO Jose Arrieta said.
Amid privacy concerns and recent research showing racial disparities in the accuracy of facial recognition technology, some city and state officials are proposing to limit its use.
Researchers are looking for ways to make the batteries that power warfighters' equipment safer, lighter and less expensive.
A public-private partnership in Georgia promises new insights on the infrastructure and data that smart roadways will require.
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