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January 14, 2020 | Source: U.S. Army, www.army.mil, Argie R. Sarantinos, 6 January 2020
Army Introduces Weld Automation for Next Generation Combat Vehicles
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, MD -- To prepare for the future battlefield, the Army has defined a concept for its next generation of combat vehicles. These vehicles, encompassing a...
January 14, 2020 | Source: Digital Trends, www.digitaltrends.com, Luke Dormehl, 5 January 2020
Neuro-Symbolic A.I. Is the Future of Artificial Intelligence
Picture a tray. On the tray is an assortment of shapes: Some cubes, others spheres. The shapes are made from a variety of different materials and represent an assortment of sizes...
December 17, 2019 | Source: Carnegie Mellon University, www.cmu.edu, Byron Spice, 20 November 2019
Carnegie Mellon System Locates Shooters Using Smartphone Video
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a system that can accurately locate a shooter based on video recordings from as few as three smartphones. When...
July 16, 2019 | Source: Defense Systems, 16 April 2019
Warfighters Need Trusted Sensors
More and more warfighters around the globe are starting to carry commercial smartphones. Helping to fuel this widespread adoption are a number of apps for warfighting and...
March 11, 2019 | Source: The Conversation, theconversation.com, Wencheng Yang & Song Wang, 5 March 2019
Fingerprint and Face Scanners Aren’t as Secure as We Think They Are
Despite what every spy movie in the past 30 years would have you think, fingerprint and face scanners used to unlock your smartphone or other devices aren’t nearly as secure as...
Survivability and Vulnerability
January 21, 2019 | Source: The Conversation, theconversation.com, Professor K. Renaud & Professor M. Warkentin
Swamped by Cyberthreats, Citizens Need Government Protection
Most people can’t keep up with the latest in technology, which puts them at risk as cybercriminals exploit human and technical weaknesses. For example, William and Nancy Skog...
Survivability and Vulnerability
January 20, 2019 | Source: GCN, gcn.com, Mike Fong|, 11 January 2019
Limiting the Potential Abuse of Smartphone Sensors
With the increasing attention being paid to the internet of things security concerns by legislators at both the state and federal levels, it’s worth considering the implications...
October 31, 2018 | Source: ScienceDaily, sciencedaily.com, R. J. Snow et al, 13 Feb 2018
Three's Company: New Alloy Sets Magnetism Benchmark
Preliminary atomic moment results for new iron-cobalt-manganese thin film blow past decades-old record by potentially 50 percent. Spintronics leverages electron spins to enhance...
August 16, 2018 | Source: Hewlett Packard Enterprise, hpe.com, 11 June 2018, Jeff Wise
The Car of Tomorrow: Under the Hood
Autonomous vehicles get all the attention, but in the next several years, the experience of driving will change in many other ways. “Things are moving really fast,” says Anna...
June 18, 2018 | Source: MeriTalk, meritalk.com,
Army Takes on Wicked Problems With the Internet of Battlefield Things
The Army’s work on the Internet of Battlefield Things (IoBT) is more than just a way to carve out a catchy name for the proliferation of smartphones, tablets, wearable devices,...