Software developed by Duke University researchers lets users of camera-equipped devices specify what others can see, preventing inadvertent disclosure of restricted information.
By assembling historical imagery and data, GIS specialists will be able to run time-series analyses of changes in vegetation, land use/land cover changes and land surface temperatures.
With a smart gun challenge and draft baseline specifications on securing service pistols, the National Institute of Justice wants to find technologies could be used to help secure federal law officers' handguns.
National Institute of Standards and Technology’s 3D Ballistics Research Database uses an open-source-developed algorithm to more reliably link bullets to the guns that fired them.
The nomination deadline has been extended to July 21 -- here's how to make yours count!
By monitoring the use of selected hashtags on social networks, researchers were able to track activity of ad hoc groups of extremists without having access to the individuals’ profiles.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning, including bots, can expand and improve digital customer service.
NASA Space Apps Challenge produces six global winners from a pool of nearly 1,300 projects.
Researchers have developed a fuzzy-logic system that out-flies an expert fighter pilot.
The biggest challenge is extracting actionable data from commercial devices, an Air Force Research Lab official says.
GCN dig IT Award nominations deadline has been extended to July 21!
Mapillary applies artificial intelligence to crowdsourced street-level photos to create intelligent, navigable imagery of communities around the globe.
The finalists explained how they would use technology and prize money to make their cities safer and easier to navigate.
Researchers from the University of Southern California have developed applications for the Transportation Security Administration to protect airports and for the U.S. Coast Guard to defend ports.