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Quantum Computers for High-Performance Computing (HPC) data centers

High Performance Computing (HPC) refers to the practice of aggregating computing power in a way that delivers much higher horsepower than traditional computers and servers. HPC, or supercomputing, is like everyday computing, only more powerful. It is a way of processing huge volumes of data at very high speeds using …

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Unmanned Aerial vehicle (UAVs) swarms for Early warning of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Threats

The threats of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive (CBRNE) hazards continue to advance. CBRN weapons are some of the most indiscriminate and deadly weapons in existence today, with capability to affect large population in wide geographical area and in short time. The release of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear …

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Reemergence of the wind ships and Wind Hybrid propulsion to aid cutting fuel costs and emissions of Commercial ships and tankers navigating the seas

The maritime industry is well on its way to a greener and more sustainable fleet. The main goal is to minimise the environmental impact of all vessels worldwide. The Fleet Transition Plan shows the ambition to reduce carbon intensity of its controlled fleet to 50% by 2030, compared to the …

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Ethics of technology or Technoethics (TE) critical as technology risks to human security are increasing

The technology uses scientific knowledge in the form of new processes, materials, devices, systems or tools. Technology is a dual-use tool, it can either be used to mitigate the threat or if used by malicious actors it can itself become a threat.   The technologies are mostly dual-use, in that …

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Next generation neuromorphic chips bringing deep learning from cloud to IoT Edge Devices and mobiles

Within AI is a large subfield called machine learning, the field of study that gives computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed. Instead of the laborious and hit-or-miss approach of creating a distinct, custom program to solve each individual problem in a domain, the single machine learning algorithm …

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DoD Rapid Assured Microelectronics Prototypes (RAMP)

In Oct 2020,  the Department of Defense announced it has awarded over $197 million to advance microelectronics technology and strengthen the American microelectronics industrial base. This critical industry will underpin the development of other Department of Defense technology priorities such as artificial intelligence, 5G communications, quantum computing, and autonomous vehicles. …

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Organic or Plastic electronics promising for batteries, solar cells

While conventional electronics like computers and smartphones are built around silicon integrating billions of transistors and is manufactured using complex, costly and wasteful processes in multi-billion dollar foundries , organic electronics aim to replace this by “organic” semiconductors which are long chains of thousands of repeating molecules (a plastic), made …

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Machine learning for radio frequency systems from wireless and Cognitive Radio to Militrary Radars

US  considers the Electromagnetic domain that is the electromagnetic spectrum portion of the information environment as a domain of Warfare. Assured access to the RF portion of the electromagnetic spectrum is critical to communications, radar sensing, command and control, time transfer, and geo-location and therefore for conducting military operations. The …

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Man portable military systems require Low Power Electronics technologies

The vision for the future soldier is to be combat effective and also highly mobile, adaptive, networked, sustainable with total battle space situation awareness and information assurance. Therefore, he is equipped with night- vision goggles, radios, smartphones, GPS, infrared sights, a laptop as well as batteries to power them.   …

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US Army’s LRPF developing long range Artillery systems to penetrate anti-access/area denial networks

While the Army has a variety of means to deliver long-range fires, such as organic attack helicopters and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and air support from Navy and Air Force aircraft, these assets are frequently unavailable due to adverse weather and terrain as well as availability. U.S. Army cannon artillery …

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