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Genome analysis can now be done offline and on the spot, thanks to an algorithm researchers have adapted to perform accurate analysis with less computer memory than current programs.
Agencies look to make electromagnetic-spectrum sharing more efficient as the number of connected devices grow.
Finding ways for machines to learn more efficiently would slash the computing power and data sets required.
“AI will be the best or worst thing ever for humanity,” Elon Musk said last summer.
Public-private partnerships crucial to countering digital attacks.
The big advantage to the system, researchers say, is speed.
To no surprise, people want online engagements to be as seamless as commercial websites.
We spotlight the change agents and what it takes to drive transformation in government.
This backlog costs government and supporting vendors millions of dollars in lost productivity and overhead costs.
Concerns remain about safety, cyberattacks and testing exemptions.
We spotlight the change agents and what it takes to drive transformation in government.
We spotlight the change agents and what it takes to drive transformation in government.
With straight talk and finding a resolution, the stubbornness of machines gets good results.
We spotlight the change agents and explore what it takes to drive transformation in government.
And it’s holding a competition with $17,500 in prizes for the best agile robot approach.
If military researchers have their way, machines will be riding shotgun.
New report shows growth for the global tech industry this year.
Implementing orchestration frees up analysts’ time to respond to “sexier” alerts.
Despite hours of watching monitors, human eyes still miss important activity.
And how are they helping the Pentagon prep for the future?