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Proximai | September 29, 2020
Proximai is breaking new ground in the aerospace industry as one of the first companies to offer remote, subscription-based AI consulting services and machine learning systems for aeronautics, astronautics, and astrophysics managers and engineers at commercial aerospace firms, department of defense, federal government agencies, non-government organizations, and prime & subcontractors....
Knowesis Inc. | November 17, 2021
Knowesis Inc. was awarded two direct awards from the Department of Defense (DoD) Office of Inspector General (OIG) to add products and services to a current contract. These additions will provide integrated and optimized software for the existing OIG environment, as well as expertise to ensure the software is properly supported.
The goal of the OIG's Data Analytics Program is to increase the ability to identify and focus investigative resources on high-risk areas such as healt...
Intel | March 09, 2021
What’s New: Intel today announced that it has signed a concurrence with Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to act in its Data Protection in Virtual Environments (DPRIVE) program. The program intends to build up a gas pedal for completely homomorphic encryption (FHE). Microsoft is the key cloud biological system and homomorphic encryption accomplice driving the business selection of the innovation once created by testing it in its cloud contributions, including Microsoft Azur...
Profit Confidential | February 05, 2020
Next-generation technologies like 5G will revolutionize the way we communicate and live. For now, the undisputed leader in 5G technology is China’s Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. It’s a company that many governments believe will use its technologies to spy on people for the Chinese government. No so fast, said White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow. The White House has said it is working with certain U.S. tech companies to develop advanced software that will curb or even eliminate ...
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