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Memcomputing to accelerate deep learning and Space-based Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance

By 2020, there are expected to be more than 200 billion interconnected devices within the Internet of Things framework – these will generate an incredible amount of data that will need processing. Traditionally, the processing of data in electronics has relied on integrated circuits (chips) featuring vast numbers of transistors …

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DARPA ALIAS fly-by-wire kit turns commercial Helicopters and Aircrafts into Unmanned Drones capable of autonomously taxi to landing even in testing mission scenarios

Military aircraft today have evolved over a period of decades to have ever more automated capabilities, improving mission success and safety. At the same time, these aircraft still present challenging and complex interfaces to operators, and despite demanding training regimens, operators can experience extreme workload during emergencies and other unexpected …

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New materials and technologies for Submarines Hulls to enhance their warfigiting capabilities including range, endurance and stealth

A nuclear submarine is a ship powered by atomic energy that travels primarily under-water, but also on the surface of the ocean. Previously, conventional submarines used diesel engines that required air for moving on the surface of the water, and battery-powered electric motors for moving beneath it. The limited lifetime …

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Google demonstrates quantum supermacy on their quantum computing chip with 72 quantum bits, or qubits

In March 2018,  Google unveiled Bristlecone, a new quantum computing chip with 72 quantum bits, or qubits—the fundamental units of computation in a quantum machine beating the  previous record holder of 50-qubit processor  by IBM. The goal of the Google Quantum AI lab is to build a quantum computer that can be …

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Photonic Integrated Circuits technologies promise Quantum computers and sensors, as system-on-chip solutions integrated into laptops and cell phones.

Photonics is a breakthrough technology as it uses photons (smallest unit of light) as the data carrier instead of electrons (smallest unit of electricity) used in electronic ICs. As light trav very high speeds, photonics is widely used to transfer huge amounts of data at a very high speed.Thus photnics …

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Researchers use Graphene for miniature inductors enabling Ultra-Miniaturized Electronics Devices

The inductors along with capacitors and resistors, inductors are one of the three passive elements that are the foundations of all electronics. An inductor works by inducing a magnetic field as an electric current flows through its coil of wire. This magnetic field temporarily stores electric energy as magnetic energy, …

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US Army’s Warfighter Network (WIN-T) provides high-speed, high-capacity and secure reliable voice, video and data communications anytime, anywhere without the need for fixed infrastructure

Today’s soldiers expect to have network access anywhere, anytime. With the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T), enables mission command and secure reliable voice, video and data communications on-the-move anytime, anywhere without the need for fixed infrastructure.   First deployed in Iraq in 2004, WIN-T meant soldiers “had a high-speed, interoperable voice …

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Deep learning neural networks (DNN) basis of advanced in object recognition, face detection, fraud detection and autonomous military systems

Artificial Intelligence technologies aim to develop computers, or robots that  surpass abilities of human intelligence in tasks such as learning and adaptation, reasoning and planning, decision making and autonomy; creativity; extracting knowledge and making predictions from data.   AI includes both logic-based and statistical approaches. Within AI is a large …

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Neutron Beams can detect Nuclear Warheads and disable them

Despite making reductions in their arsenals, both the USA and Russia have extensive and expensive programmes under way to replace and modernize their nuclear warheads, missile and aircraft delivery systems, and nuclear weapon production facilities. The Nuclear Race between US, Russia, and China through their continuous modernization of all the …

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Militaries developing Vehicle mounted Lasers Directed Energy Weapons to counter swarm of Drones , C-RAM (Counter Rocket, Artillery and Mortar) and subsonic cruise missiles

The  drones have emerged as a major new threat to civilian infrastructure and military.  The militant organizations have started employing drones to further their terrorism. Jihadi groups fighting the Syrian government – most notably ISIS and Jabhet al-Nusra – are extensively using advanced drones to pinpoint the Syrian Army’s locations, …

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