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To trust the machine
Raytheon Technologies has developed a new technology to reveal how artificial intelligence makes decisions, and build trust in AI systems.
Rise of the double FELIX
How cyber experts are building a detector for engineered bio threats.
Mastering the skies
Air dominance depends on the technology an aircraft carries, including avionics, sensors and weapons.
The answer is the laser dune buggy
Agile, mobile and effective, this invention will protect troops from new threats
New eyes for an old friend
A new radar will give the USAF's longest-serving aircraft new eyes.
Electronic warfare from a laptop
Raytheon Intelligence & Space's Raven Claw tool installs on a laptop and helps the U.S. Army own the EW spectrum.
Ears on the ocean floor
Scientists explore whether living organisms could become sensors.
The climb to air dominance
Raytheon Technologies is offering a suite of advanced munitions, radars, navigation and landing systems for fourth- and fifth-generation fighter aircraft.
There is no one, perfect solution for countering drones. But there are proven, advanced technologies to address the threat.
Think faster: advantages of quantum processing shown in head-to-head race
A prototype quantum processor repeatedly beat a traditional, classical processor in a race to solve a puzzle, figuring out a secret combination up to 100 times faster by using exotic physics to sort through data that was deliberately packed with errors.