Two Lincoln Laboratory software products honored with national Excellence in Technology Transfer Awards
Cloud security and video forensics software have been transitioned to end users.
MIT professors collaborate at a whirlwind pace to create and stage a play inspired by advances in neurotechnology.
The popular YouTuber, engineer, and inventor works to engage young people in science and technology while encouraging curiosity and resilience.
Models trained on synthetic data can be more accurate than other models in some cases, which could eliminate some privacy, copyright, and ethical concerns from using real data.
A machine-learning model can identify the action in a video clip and label it, without the help of humans.
“Privid” could help officials gather secure public health data or enable transportation departments to monitor the density and flow of pedestrians, without learning personal information about people.
FLC Excellence in Technology Transfer Award recognizes two innovations that have transitioned to commercial use.
CIS research affiliate describes his goals in creating a webinar series exploring sustainable development in Africa.
Study uncovers overlooked environmental impacts of internet use by estimating associated carbon, land, and water footprints.
Several of the winning innovations apply artificial intelligence to solutions for challenges to national security.