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D-Wave to Provide Oak Ridge National Lab Cloud Access to Quantum Computing Platform

D-Wave Systems has agreed to provide the Energy Department’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory cloud access to its D-Wave 2000Q quantum computing system in an effort to advance development of hybrid computing applications. D-Wave will collaborate with Tennessee-based ORNL to leverage the quantum computer to help address DOE’s environmental, energy, nuclear …

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D-Wave Unveils US Gov’t Subsidiary, Names Independent Board Members

D-Wave Systems has established a new subsidiary that will work to provide quantum computer systems to U.S. government agencies and has appointed executives that will serve on the subsidiary’s independent board. The company said Tuesday Jeffrey Harris, chairman of the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation and former president of special programs at Lockheed …

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D-Wave Systems to Demo Quantum Computing System at Inaugural Conference in New Mexico

D-Wave Systems will unveil additional details of its latest quantum computing platform that features a new 2000-qubit processor at an inaugural users group conference Wednesday and Thursday in Santa Fe, New Mexico. D-Wave said Tuesday the processor has doubled the amount of qubits from the previous D-Wave 2X system and introduces control features that work to …

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Los Alamos National Lab to Use D-Wave Computer for Quantum Annealing Research; Mark Anderson Comments

D-Wave Systems will install a quantum computing platform at Los Alamos National Laboratory early next year to support the lab’s research collaboration efforts with universities and within the Energy Department. Los Alamos and its research partners will use the D-Wave 2X system to study potential capabilities of quantum annealing technology …

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NASA-Google-USRA Partnership to Use D-Wave Quantum Computing Systems

D-Wave Systems will install new quantum computing systems at NASA‘s Ames Research Center in California in support of the space agency’s research partnership with Google and the Universities Space Research Association. D-Wave said Monday its D-Wave 2X technology works to support the NASA-Google-USRA team’s efforts to study the impact of quantum computing on artificial intelligence …

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Steven Walker, Director of DARPA, Inducted Into 2019 Wash100 for Leadership in Advancing Artificial Intelligence, Other Tech Programs

Executive Mosaic is pleased to announce that Steven Walker, director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, as an inductee into the 2019 Wash100 — Executive Mosaic’s annual selection of the most influential voices in the government contracting arena — for his focus on emerging technology such as artificial intelligence.

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DARPA Seeks Research Teams to Develop AI Tools With Basic Cognitive Functions

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency seeks participants for a four-year research program aimed at developing “third-wave” artificial intelligence tools that can mimic human reasoning and common sense, Nextgov reported Friday. The Machine Common Sense project is scheduled to commence in June 2019 and will challenge multiple teams to make AI …

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Raytheon, Safran Partner to Develop Combat Vehicle Sighting Tech; Kim Ernzen Comments

Raytheon and France-based military electronics maker Safran have partnered to develop sighting systems intended for combat vehicles. Both companies signed a memorandum of understanding to integrate their electro-optical and inertial measurement unit technologies to produce a forward-looking infrared sighting device, Raytheon said Wednesday. Kim Ernzen, vice president of Raytheon’s land warfare systems business, the …

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United Technologies Subsidiary Releases New UAS Payload System

A United Technologies subsidiary has released a new optical and laser designation payload system designed for use with small and mid-sized unmanned aerial systems. During the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference, UTC Aerospace Systems launched the 10.6-pound TASE400 LD which uses NATO-compliant laser designator technology, UTC said Monday. Laser designator technology provides mid-wave infrared imaging to support …

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Army Tests Saab-Built Mobile Camouflage System on Fighting Vehicles

The U.S. Army‘s 2nd Cavalry Regiment has begun a field evaluation of a Saab-developed mobile camouflage system as part of operational training activities in Hohenfels, Germany. Saab said Friday the service branch is testing Barracuda MCS on Stryker fighting vehicles with NATO allies that support Operation Atlantic Resolve and the Enhanced Forward Presence missions. MCS offers multi-spectral signature …

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