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“Future of Work” demands transformation of learning and development (L&D)

Today’s disruptive working landscape requires organizations to largely restructure the way they are doing work, which has a significant impact on the capabilities business leaders expect from their people.   As technology races ahead, skill gaps have appeared, widened and morphed.  In addition, automation may displace 85 million jobs by …

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Implantable Biosensors for Soldier’s health monitoring, diagnosis, and disease treatments

Biosensors, that is sensors that can detect parameters in a living being, are becoming more and more effective in several respects: detecting more and more parameters, becoming more and more sensitive, being able to co-exist for long period of time with the hosting organism to the point of becoming an …

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Genome medicine technology trends and market growth

The genome is the complete set of information in an organism’s DNA. A DNA molecule consists of two long chains or strands. Each DNA chain contains a genetic code written using only four letters, which represent nucleotide subunits or bases: adenine (A), guanine (G), thymine (T), and cytosine (C). Their …

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China emotional surveillance technology monitoring employees, people’s loyality and soldiers using AI based brain waves and facial expression analysis

China is reportedly testing a sophisticated facial recognition system that could closely monitor targeted people in a Muslim-dominant province. The network is installed at residents’ homes and workplaces in the Xinjiang Autonomous Region in western China, reported Bloomberg. The new face-reading AI technology would alert the authorities if any suspects …

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DARPA Cornerstone to protect soldiers against blast or impact-induced behavioral and cognitive injury

Some 1 million people suffer traumatic brain injuries annually. Concussion can cause inner ear damage that can cause dizziness, anxiety, depression, moodiness, balance problems and irritability, said Elizabeth Kirkpatrick, the physical therapist for the Fort Drum Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic. The three different forms of TBI—severe, moderate, and mild—all manifest …

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DARPA ICEMAN to protect Military pilots from cognitive degradation from operational and High power microwave weapons

Military pilots often report cognitive performance challenges during flight operations. Many have reported experiences with spatial disorientation (SD), in which the pilot’s perception of aircraft position, motion, altitude, or attitude does not correspond to reality. SD has posed a significant problem to military pilots and continues to be a challenge today. …

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Augmented Reality Systems for soldiers are set to Revolutionize Battlefield Operations by drastically improving the situational awareness & decision-making

Military to succeed in their missions, require a robust, multi-faceted picture of their operational environments, including the location, nature and activity of both threats and allied forces around them. Warfare is becoming increasingly networked, so finding an effective way to quickly display the deluge of information available, in an easily …

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Natural Language Processing (NLP) can automate military intelligence and provide hands-free communication between a soldier and robots

Natural language processing (NLP) refers to the branch of computer science—and more specifically, the branch of artificial intelligence or AI—concerned with giving computers the ability to understand text and spoken words in much the same way human beings can.   The technology can then accurately extract information and insights contained …

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Powering the Future Global soldiers with Advanced Batteries, Fuel cells, Wearable, Wireless, and Smart Energy solutions

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. Some …

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DARPA ReVector prevents pathogens from entering human body by modifying Skin Microbiome throgh synthetic biology

The mosquito is the deadliest animal on the planet, responsible for spreading malaria, which kills more than 400,000 people every year. The American Society for Microbiology estimates that there are trillions of microbes living in or on the human body that constitute the human microbiome.   The human skin microbiome …

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