With Phase 1 funding to startup Deep North, the Transportation Security Administration expects to learn how video analytics can improve how passengers are moving through airport security processes.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking for ways individual warfighters can strap on a portable personal air mobility system to fly themselves to and from missions.
The first-of-its-kind toolkit joins 3D radiation data with computer-aided design geometries to show how radiation impacts objects.
If the governance of new Innovation Zones can develop as fast as emerging technology advances, the governor says, Nevada can create immediate positive economic impact and shape the economy of the future.
The faster network will allow medical teams to quickly move and access large, complex data files and support near real-time video for video-based medical consultations.
New York is testing a blockchain-based COVID passport in preparation for expanding residents’ safe access to venues.
Researchers have developed an artificial intelligence system that automatically creates different decoy versions of a document to foil adversaries.
Current futile efforts to keep an adversary out of a system can be replaced by a secure architecture that dramatically constrains the ability of an adversary who planted attacks inside a system to compromise sensitive information.
Researchers are adopting artificial intelligence and markerless motion-capture technology to assess the biomechanical skills of medical trainees and provide feedback for improvement.
As the amount of satellite data rapidly increases, government agencies are looking for new ways to transmit more of it faster.