microchips

NIST and Google sign agreement to produce open-source chips

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Google will finance an initial production run of the new chips, which will be manufactured by Skywater Technology in Bloomington, Minnesota.

Air Force chief scientist pushes zero trust for microchips

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Victoria Coleman said she remains concerned about chip security, both from hacks and unknown vulnerabilities.

Argonne’s machine-learning work may help ease US microchip shortage in time

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A new, closed-loop system for film growth can suggest new experiments all on its own.

New DARPA initiative gives contractors access to cutting edge commercial tech

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DARPA's Toolbox Initiative could save the government millions while providing the strongest foundational tools to contractors.

Two senators say CBP can’t detect if passport chips are tampered with

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Sens. Ron Wyden and Claire McCaskill say there are weaknesses in CBP's ability to authenticate the electronic RFID chips in U.S. passports.

New DARPA program seeks cybersecurity through hardware design

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Pentagon scientists say they could stop 40 percent of current cyberattacks by producing secure computer chips.

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