When it comes to assessing damage and spotting people in distress, drones may be hard to beat.
The Flying Missile Rail could extend the air-to-air capabilities of older fighters like the F-16 and F/A-18.
“Generative” neural networks teach themselves to guess realistic passwords
New circuits dissolve right on cue
Quantum encryption could make for much less hackable communication networks. But for it to really take off it needs to work out in the real world, among other signals and natural air turbulence. Now, researchers have successfully sent a message with 4D quantum encryption between two rooftops.
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By Xinhua writer Yu Fei
Our Solar System is littered with chunks of space rocks that whizz around in different orbits and varying speeds – and it’s no big deal until one of those rocks turns out to be on a nasty unexpected trajectory and smashes into Earth.
After nearly two decades of war against technologically unsophisticated foes, the Army Research Lab is reorienting to counter China and Russia.
Tomorrow’s computers will be able to expose the data we encrypt today—and hackers are counting on it.