At two upcoming proposers’ days, researchers can learn about the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity’s plans to optimize human-machine forecasting and to build tools that will enable development of a superconducting computer.
Using image-compression technology with a meta raster format that breaks files into three parts that can be cached separately, users not only get faster performance but also lower storage requirements.
Neurally inspired computing principles could deliver practical benefits for next-generation computers, according to the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity.
Facial recognition technology now being tested to identify autism in children may help screen for other illnesses, such as post traumatic stress disorder.
The Army Research Lab recently won funding as a finalist in the Head Health Challenge II for its solution to mitigate and prevent head injuries.
Researchers at Brown University have found a way to make 3-D scans from inexpensive digital cameras.
The latest technology transfer report highlights technologies that have come out of the nation’s space program and entered Earth-based markets.
The Office of Naval Research’s new laboratory leverages both augmented and virtual reality for more efficient and cost-effective training, maintenance and operations.
Because wearable technology has yet to take off, governments are proceeding with caution, primarily creating citizen-facing apps.
A quick sampling of recent advances shows that the pace of innovation is picking up steam.
By tracking the motions of soldiers on the ground, the Army hopes to improve the accuracy of targeting systems.
Many mobile apps transmit user identifiers, locations and passwords without providing any obvious benefit to the user.
Industry experts recently explained to lawmakers how unmanned aerial systems technology can ease the challenges of integrating drones into the national airspace.
Researchers have developed a way to store and represent trajectories so that computers can compare them more efficiently -- helping human analysts separate signals from noise.