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The Hill | February 10, 2020
President Trump’s budget proposal unveiled Monday includes significant funding increases for research and development of artificial intelligence (AI) and quantum computing. If approved, the fiscal 2021 budget would double nondefense AI spending from roughly $973 million to almost $2 billion. It would also significantly boost quantum information science research by 50 percent compared with last year, with plans to double investment by 2022. "Last year, the President committed to invest...
Dcode | April 08, 2020
Government technology accelerator Dcode has added another offering to help startups find work with federal agencies: venture capital. Dcode recently launched Dcode Capital as an “invitation-only network of angel investors, VCs, and technology and government legends” to invest in larger rounds of funding for tech companies serving the federal government. For now, those companies are ones that have previously participated in the Dcode accelerator program....
Inmarsat Governmen | March 23, 2022
Inmarsat Government, the leading provider of secure, global, mission-critical telecommunications to the U.S. government, is the recipient of a 2022 Satellite Mobile Innovation Award from the Mobile Satellite User Association (MSUA). The company was honored in the “Aerospace Mobile Innovation” category for its L-Band Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (LAISR) service.
This year’s recognition marks the sixth time in seven years that Inmarsat was...
U.S. commercial remote sensing | July 20, 2020
The federal government will soon allow U.S. commercial remote sensing companies to sell high-resolution satellite images of Israel, changing resolution limits that have been in place for more than two decades. In a draft of a Federal Register notice obtained by SpaceNews, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), which hosts the office that licenses U.S. commercial remote sensing satellite systems, says it will reduce the resolution limit on satellite imagery of Israel from 2 m...
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