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Police in Lima, Ohio, are looking to custom-built technology to address a staffing shortage. The mobile device has cameras, sound detection, facial recognition software and license plate recognition capabilities.
Seattle's Avalanche Energy and Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation received undisclosed amounts of funding from the Pentagon's Defense Innovation Unit to further develop two different approaches to small-scale nuclear power.
The unincorporated community of Lockeford, Calif., is slated to be Amazon’s first attempt at making Prime Air a reality. The company will be working to get the program operational later this summer, officials say.
NASA projects are experiencing their largest collective cost overruns and schedule delays from their original baselines since this reporting began in 2009, though six projects account for the majority of these overruns.
Utilities in the state are looking to new technology to fight an old problem: wildfires. Officials hope that by better predicting weather and risk patterns they can prevent and respond to the looming threat.
The New York State Office for the Aging has launched a new initiative to bring companion robots into seniors’ homes — and they go beyond the common virtual assistants to proactively support seniors’ needs.
These miniature nuclear power plants under development as a source of clean electricity for the United States — and for deployment in space — would be smaller than standard shipping containers.
Newly released data related to when cars with autonomous technology and advanced driver assistance systems are in car crashes has elected officials calling for more oversight to ensure improved highway safety.
The Federal Aviation Administration on Monday released the results of its Final Programmatic Environmental Assessment (PEA) of SpaceX's orbital launch plans for the company's Boca Chica site.
Residents of San Joaquin County farming towns will be able to order "thousands of everyday items" online and can expect a drone to drop them in their backyards in less than an hour, said an Amazon spokesperson.
The Railroad Commission is turning to artificial intelligence to address increasing seismic activity across West Texas. A machine-learning algorithm has been programmed to process seismic data and reduce backlogs.
Plus, a change in light bulb regulations that would drastically reduce carbon emissions, 3D-printed concrete and a record-setting year for zero-day cyber attacks.
In March, the U.S. House of Congress quietly gave the National Air and Space Intelligence Center at Ohio’s Wright-Patterson Air Force Base a role in the investigation of unidentified flying objects.
A skyscraper built entirely from local timber not only reduces the amount of greenhouse gas-emitting construction materials, but also captures carbon from the atmosphere and uses AI to analyze its energy needs.
San Diego's Shield AI, a startup that makes artificial intelligence software to power military drones and other aircraft, has raised $90 million in venture capital and $75 million in debt in a new funding round.