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DHS Silicon Valley Program Funds 5 Internet of Things Security Projects

February 23 Five companies will develop pilot-ready prototypes.

Podcast: How the Government is Putting Artificial Intelligence to Work

February 23 While the private sector puts AI to use in eye-catching projects, the government is taking a different path.

The 'Curious' Robots Searching for the Ocean's Secrets

February 23 A new class of machines knows how to recognize and investigate unexpected things that pop up underwater.

China Is Funding Baidu to Take on the US in Deep-Learning Research

February 23 The amount of funding was not disclosed.

IARPA Wants Ways to Protect Nation from Genome Editing

February 23 Gene editing could create pest-resistant crops, but it could also create new organisms that threaten humans, according to IARPA.

Seven Earth-Sized Planets Have Been Spotted Around a Nearby Star

February 23 And all of them are in the temperate zone.

Video: Analyzing Genetic Data From the Space Station

February 22 Analyzing astronaut DNA could be the key to fixing health problems that occur in the micro-gravity environment.

18F Wants to Change the Rules, Not Break Them, Leader Says

February 22 Part of hacking government includes finding policies and regulations that are barriers, Technology Transformation Service Commissioner Rob Cook said.

You Have More Time To Tell Government How To Use Internet of Things

February 22 NTIA is extending the deadline for comment on a report it published on connected technology.

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