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A new Congressional Research Service report outlines the obstacles to broader use of the technology.
The Nature as Computer program is interested in models and concepts that exploit biological systems to crack currently unsolvable computational problems.
Two of the Global City Teams Challenge projects are testing light detection and ranging technology to map building interiors so first responders can more safety and efficiency respond to emergencies.
On-device audio masking can limit the exposure of users' confidential conversations without crippling the power of voice-enabled smart devices.
Liveness detection reduces the risk of spoofing by using advanced technologies ensure that biological identifiers are from the proper user and not from someone else.
Researchers have developed an algorithm stress test that creates powerful visualizations of a problem, showing all scenarios or examples an algorithm should consider for comprehensive testing.
The Integrated Visual Augmentation System looks like a pair of heavy-duty goggles, but it is a single platform that can run augmented reality training, individual performance assessment and biometric applications.
Purdue researchers have developed a smartphone app that allows users to easily program a robot's task.
The company plans to expand its use of unmanned aircraft to make deliveries to hospitals and other campus settings.
The Army Research Laboratory is studying how smart cities’ connected infrastructure could boost military networking capabilities in dense urban environments.
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