Argonne National Laboratory has announced the Polaris high-performance computer, a testbed system to help get software and applications ready to run on future exascale machines.
When IRS ran a test of its fraud-detection algorithm on a GPU-accelerated platform across 4 terabyes of data, processing speeds increased 10-fold.
A GAO survey of 24 agencies found facial recognition technology has been primarily used for digital access, law enforcement or cyber and physical security, but some agencies are researching new applications.
New research tackles a core problem at the heart of scaling up quantum computers: How do we go from controlling just a few qubits to controlling millions?
The Air Force Research Laboratory wants to assess the risks posed by researchers who may be passing R&D to foreign adversaries.
The IRS wants to see if augmented reality can help smartphone users better understand tax forms, and the Drug Enforcement Agency wants an AR solution overlays live video from aircraft with advanced mapping information.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s AutoBEM software suite can make energy-saving recommendations for every building in the country.
The project will deliver very specific climate predictions that will help officials understand vulnerabilities in the New York Power Authority’s grid to future climate impacts.
The rapid adoption of smart-city technology has created unforeseen conditions that could risk common civil liberties, according to a new report.
The always-on virtual environments in which people can interact with one another and digital objects while operating virtual representations of themselves may become the successor to the internet.