DARPA

Rip F-35: Darpa Thinks The Future Of Air Warfare Might Not Be Stealth

Michael Peck Technology, Americas If stealth becomes obsolete, what takes its place? Key point: Physically and technologically it might not be possible to make planes any stealthier and the enemy is getting better at countering stealth as it...

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Meet Project Tern: Darpa's Crazy Plan To Make Every Ship An Aircraft Carrier

Zachary Keck Technology, Americas Using drones, of course. Key point: This potentially-brilliant idea would increase America's striking power without having to pay for more expensive full-size carriers. The U.S. Navy is seeking to transform every...
Related topics: Drones

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The U.s. Military Has Plans To Build Better Swarm Drones

Military and Aerospace Electronics Technology, Americas Better, faster, stronger. Key point: DARPA has a plan to make drone swarms more autonomous and secure from hacking. ARLINGTON, Va. – U.S. military researchers are asking industry to develop...
Related topics: Military, Drones

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Intel Wants To Use Ai To Reconnect Damaged Spinal Nerves

AI's use in medicine could soon extend to one of the medical world's toughest challenges: helping the paralyzed regain movement. Intel and Brown University have started work on a DARPA-backed Intelligent Spine Interface project that would...
Related topics: Intel, Medical Research

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Intel, Brown University Collaborate On "intelligent Spine Technology"

With $6.3 million in DARPA funding, Intel, Brown and other partners will work on building the AI-driven hardware and software needed to treat spinal cord injuries.
Related topics: Intel

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Grim Picture Of Futuristic Battlefield: Ai Will Decide Who Lives And Dies, Us Army Official Says

The US military is eyeing the use of rapidly developing AI capabilities in various spheres, in the nearest future. Namely, the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) opened a tender to develop artificial intelligence technology that could...
Related topics: Military

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Darpa Aims To Make Networks 100 Times Speedier With Fastnic

Having a slow connection is always frustrating, but just imagine how supercomputers feel. All those cores doing all kinds of processing at lightning speed, but in the end they’re all waiting on an outdated network interface to stay in sync....

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Robot Rin Tin Tin Can Rescue You From That Collapsed Mine Shaft

It might even hand you the fire extinguisher An autonomous dog-like robot designed to scamper down tunnels on search-and-rescue missions was put to the test in the most recent bout of US military boffins' DARPA Subterranean Challenge.…
Related topics: Robots, Military

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Identifying The Epigenetic Fingerprints Of Weapons Of Mass Destruction

With an unparalleled collection of rare biological samples and expertise in profiling RNA sequences, Duke University physicians and engineers are playing a vital role in a major U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) initiative to...
Related topics: Genetics

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Darpa Seeks Psychedelic Drugs That Don’t Cause Hallucinations

The government research agency DARPA has announced a new program called Focused Pharma that seeks drug innovations that offer the mental health benefits of psychedelics without the ‘significant side effects.’ The agency detailed its new...
Related topics: Medical Research

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Darpa Is Sending Robots Underground To Teach Them To Save Lives

What does the ultimate search-and-rescue robot look like? And how would it cope in an underground disaster zone? That's what DARPA set out to discover in its Subterranean Challenge.
Related topics: Robots

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This Is How The U.s. Military Would Locate The World's Stealthiest Enemy Submarines

Kris Osborn Security, Straight from DARPA. The Pentagon’s research arm is extending testing of its sub-hunting drone able to travel autonomously for up to 90 days using sensors and sonar technology to search for enemy submarines and other...
Related topics: Military, Pentagon, Drones

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The Mad Scientists At Darpa Want To Make Smart .50 Caliber Bullets That Can Be Guided

Kyle Mizokami Technology, Americas Amazing? Snipers, armed with ballistic data based on previous engagements, can often predict how a bullet will travel under local conditions. One of the most challenging roles in ground units is that of a...
Related topics: Military

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Pentagon Declares War On 'fake News', To Protect Us From "polarizing Viral Disinformation"

Authored by Paul Jospeh Watson via Summit News, The Pentagon has declared war on memes as DARPA launches a new program to fight “polarizing viral content” before it spreads. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is seeking to create...
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A ‘stranger Things’-style Request From Darpa Just Freaked Out The Entire Internet

The plot of Stranger Things 3, the latest installment in Netflix's hit original franchise, is centered in part around the myriad ramifications of the presence of an underground complex of tunnels and lab space built by Russians beneath Starcourt...
Related topics: Netflix

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Pentagon Concerned Deepfakes Could Decide 2020 Election, Wants Darpa To Get More Cash To Fight...

Also this week, the US Department of Defence marked its concern over the “real risk” of falling behind China in the field of advanced artificial intelligence, given that country’s well-oiled machinery of partnerships between the civilian...
Related topics: Pentagon, China

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'attention, City Dwellers!': Darpa Stuns Netizens With Sudden Request For Underground Facility

A follow-up tweet from DARPA clarified that the agency is looking for man-made underground environment which spans several city blocks and features a complex layout.

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How Anthony Levandowski Put Himself At The Center Of An Industry

Levandowski has been part of key developments in self-driving tech, from the Darpa Grand Challenge to his time at Google and Otto and Uber.
Related topics: Google

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Darpa’s Latest Pursuit? Stealth Gliders That Dissolve When Exposed To Sunlight

What happens if spies or soldiers must travel into enemy territory without leaving behind any evidence? DARPA thinks the answer might involve a glider that self-destructs in the sunlight.

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Darpa Is Seeking Giant Abandoned Tunnels For... Reasons

DARPA just found a surefire way to creep out people around the world: make an urgent call for the kind of space you'd normally associate with supervillains. The military research agency has put out a request for giant, company- or...
Related topics: Military

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