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October 22, 2018 | Source: Stars and Stripes, stripes.com, 26 June 2018, Aaron Gregg
Army to Use Artificial Intelligence to Predict Which Vehicles Will Break Down
The U.S. Army is turning to a little-known tech start-up to automate the job of an equipment technician: It will employ artificial intelligence to flag failing vehicle parts...
Overcoming the Barriers to Human-Machine Teams
INTRODUCTION One of the inescapable features of the modern technical landscape is the ubiquity with which human-machine interactions occur. In warfighting, these interactions are...
August 13, 2018 | Source: Harvard Paulson School, seas.harvard.edu, 23 February 2018, Leah Burrows
Researchers Combine Metalens With an Artificial Muscle
Artificial eye automatically stretches to simultaneously focus and correct astigmatism and image shift. Inspired by the human eye, researchers at the Harvard John A. Paulson...
Survivability and Vulnerability
July 30, 2018 | Source: Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, wpafb.af.mil, 9 Feb 2018, Marisa Alia-Novobilski
Linking Engineering, Art and Science: Origami May Be Key to Complex Air Force Needs
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Origami, the art of paper folding, has captivated generations of audiences across the globe, as artists craft intricate, intriguing figures...
Survivability and Vulnerability
July 11, 2018 | Source: Defense Systems, defensesystems.com, 3 July 2018, Sara Friedman
Pushing for Better Biometric Algorithms
To help vendors improve their facial recognition technology, the Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate held an event in which 11 technology...
July 2, 2018 | Source: Quanta Magazine, quantamagazine.org, 14 February 2018, Kevin Hartnett
Smart Swarms Seek New Ways to Cooperate
The Complex Rheology And Biomechanics Lab (CRAB Lab) in the School of Physics at The Georgia Institute of Technology is developing new algorithms to show how swarms of very simple...
June 20, 2018 | Source: FLIR, flir.com, June 2018
FLIR Offers Free Thermal Data Set for Algorithm Training
Free FLIR thermal data set available July 2018. Training datasets are the key to machine learning. FLIR is offering a free thermal dataset for ADAS developers, researchers,...
June 6, 2018 | Source: The Conversation, theconversation.com, 4 June 2018, Melinda Laituri, Colorado State University
Satellite Imagery Is Revolutionizing the World. But Should We Always Trust What We See?
In 1972, the crew of Apollo 17 captured what has become one of the most iconic images of the Earth: the Blue Marble. Biochemist Gregory Petsko described the image as “perfectly...
June 4, 2018 | Source: U.S. Army, arl.army.mil, 6 Feb 2018, Joyce M. Conant
Researchers Develop New Tools to Train Robots
Researchers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and The University of Texas at Austin have developed new techniques for robots or computer programs to learn how to perform tasks...
May 21, 2018 | Source: Duke University, pratt.duke.edu, 10 Apr 2018, Ken Kingery
Thin Engineered Material Perfectly Redirects and Reflects Sound
Metamaterials researchers at Duke University have demonstrated the design and construction of a thin material that can control the redirection and reflection of sound waves with...