Experts: Bad science and click-driven media stokes public fears on facial recognition technology.
Researchers have taken a new approach to developing robots—using smaller robots known as “smarticles” to unlock the principles of a potentially new locomotion technique.
Facial recognition technology has become “spectacularly” more effective at matching an individual with their photo in a gallery of millions of pictures.
U.S. Army's Combat Capability Development Command directorate fields a wearable ID token.
Sandia is pursuing leads to establish a Collaborative Research and Development Agreement to start transferring the technology to industry.
Computer scientists are employing biometric systems to battle bogus media and protect warfighters.
Test of robotic systems in subterranean coal mine spells trouble for aerial systems.
The modernization, proliferation and commoditization of electronics make contending with peer and near-peer adversaries more difficult, lethal and deadly.
The latest Innovation Showcase winner is a company that simplifies encryption methods to secure entire networks of data.
The Army Research Laboratory is studying how the human brain functions under varying conditions so it can pair soldiers’ moods and perceptions with actions by AI.
Researchers at Georgia Tech have created a new type of tiny 3D-printed robot that moves by harnessing the vibration from piezoelectric actuators, ultrasound sources or even tiny speakers.
Experts make sense of the burgeoning industry and offer words of wisdom to AI users.
2019 update to the National Artificial Intelligence Research and Development Strategic Plan refreshes 2016 version.
The armor was tested using .50 caliber ball and armor-piercing rounds. The armor was tested with rounds fired at impact velocities from 500 meters per second up to 885 meters per second.
A sensor-only version of the AGM-183A Air Launched Rapid Response Weapon prototype was carried externally by a B-52 during the test to gather environmental and aircraft handling data.
Yuvi Kochar has been a chief technology officer for almost 20 years and has seen the job transform into a more business-centric role.
"Artificial intelligence is probably the most significant technology we have to come to grips with," said Tony Montemarano, DISA executive deputy director.
Artificial intelligence will be the technology most critical to national security, experts say.
Shielding smartphones from intrusion wins a small business shark tank competition.
The squadron rolls out DevSecOps software development system.