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Using scenarios built from interviews of staff readying for retirement, agencies can pass experiential knowledge to younger workers.
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Argonne National Laboratory will use Aurora for machine learning and simulation problems in space research, drug response predictions and weather forecasting.
The HHS Division of Acquisition is working on a pilot to secure system logs required by the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program.
The Defense research agency is exploring the feasibility of locking down election systems with open-source software and secure hardware.
Research with generative adversarial networks may explain how neural networks learn and make decisions.
Intra-soldier wireless communications would connect various soldier-borne equipment so warfighters can better access and share situational awareness information.
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