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Scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have built a text-mining tool that uses natural language processing to not only scan and search research papers on COVID-19 but also help identify connections that may not be readily apparent.
Engineers say it’s possible to connect a network of sensors through quantum entanglement, opening a door to unprecedented levels of sensitivity in GPS navigation, medical imaging and astronomy.
Because pedestrians at an intersection tend to trust traffic lights more than self-driving cars, cities might be safer if cars communicated their intentions to traffic lights rather.
Researchers at NASA’s Ames Research Center are combining remote sensing data with an online game to produce training data for a machine-learning algorithm running on a supercomputer.
The Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium wants health professionals to be able to deliver high-quality critical care to bedsides of COVID-19 patients in field hospitals, small rural health care facilities and even gymnasiums.
DARPA’s Advanced Acclimation and Protection Tool for Environmental Readiness program aims to develop implantable or ingestible bioelectronic carriers that will be able to manufacture, store and deliver therapeutic drugs to warfighters.
MiPasa will combine verified, siloed health and location data, but be fully private, only sharing data between government and health institutions.
Public- and private-sector innovators are trying to break bottlenecks in the medical equipment supply chain with additive manufacturing, but the need vastly overwhelms current capabilities.
A study provides new evidence that the same optical fibers that deliver high-speed internet and HD video to our homes could one day double as earthquake monitors.
The new Unmanned Systems Operations Program will provide training, cybersecurity, acquisition and other centralized support services as the number of autonomous missions increase.
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