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Quantum programming languages, software tools and Quantum frameworks plays a critical role in exploiting the full potential of quantum computing systems in AI, machine learning, big data science, and optimisation

Global Quantum computing race is heating up among nations as well as between different organizations. In a major development, the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) in June 2021 demonstrated what researchers claim is the world’s fastest quantum computing processor, surpassing the previous and unofficial record held by …

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DARPA QuICC developing hybrid Quantum computer to solve optimization problems for Defense applications

Department of Defense (DOD) must solve many complex optimization problems to enable mission capabilities – from determining the most efficient way to distribute supplies to minimizing warfighters’ exposure to hostile forces. Solving these intricate scenarios is difficult, largely owing to the limitations of existing computing resources. Today, many optimization problems …

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Defense Acquisition moving towards “as-a-service” model

The rising cost of new weapons systems has long been a concern for the Department of Defense (DoD). And, as DoD seeks to transform itself for the 21st century, it can anticipate an extended period of downward budgetary pressure. Moreover, growing costs will require difficult choices for DoD just to …

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Defense metaverse for military superiority

Metaverse is a vision of a highly immersive and interactive shared world inhabited by avatars of real people that will enable billions of people to work, play, collaborate and socialize in entirely new ways. As a concept, the Metaverse is a persistent, online, 3D universe that combines multiple virtual spaces. …

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Energy harvesting technologies for Internet of Things (IoT) and Military IoT devices

The Internet of Things is an emerging revolution in the ICT sector under which interconnecting physical objects communicate with each other and/or with humans over the internet in order to offer a given service. IoT devices consist of sensors, processing, and communications subsystems that require power which can be provided …

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Graphical Processing units (GPUs) responsible for success of Deep Neural networks (DNN) in Aerospace and Defense

Deep Neural networks (DNN) or large virtual networks of simple information-processing units, which are loosely modeled on the anatomy of the human brain have been responsible for many exciting advances in artificial intelligence in recent years. The deep learning (DL) algorithms allow high-level abstraction from the data, and this is helpful for …

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DARPA AIR creating a dominant Artificial Intelligence (AI) air combat capability

DARPA has been developing Artificial Intelligence (AI) based technology under the Air Combat Evolution (ACE) program to assist pilots in dogfighting by taking over low-level maneuvering tasks from fighter pilots. In August 2020, the agency reported that an Artificial Intelligence has defeated Human Lockheed F-16 Pilot In Virtual Dogfight sponsored …

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Satellite-based cloud computing deploying Datacenter on Satellites for Edge and Fog Computing

Constellations of satellites are being proposed in large numbers; most of them are expected to be in orbit within the next decade. They will provide communication to unserved and underserved communities, enable global monitoring of Earth and enhance space observation.   Constellations have their greatest potential in the communication field. …

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Internet of Things (IoT) and Military Internet of Things(MIoT) enabled by convergence of multiple technologies

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers (UIDs) and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction. The Internet of things (IoT) describes physical objects …

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US Army’s future training capability is the Synthetic Training Environment (STE) to conduct realistic multi-echelon / multidomain battles and mission command training

Today’s military forces encounter evolving national threats, economic constraints, and a changing operational environment with a complex, multifaceted, and uncertain security landscape across a range of political, military, state and non-state actors. Advancing and sustaining the U.S. Department of Defense’s (DoD) operational readiness for these threats require a portfolio of …

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