DARPA

Nasa Robots Compete In Darpa’s Subterranean Challenge Final

Eight teams featuring dozens of robots from more than 30 institutions, including NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California, will converge in a former Kentucky limestone mine from Sept. 21 to 24 to participate in a series of complex...
Related topics: NASA, Space, Robots

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Ecohealth Alliance, Darpa Toyed With Infecting Wild Chinese Bats With Covid, Leaked Docs Allege

The debate over the origins of the novel coronavirus, which has now killed over 4.7 million mostly elderly and immunocompromised people throughout the world and caused untold economic suffering, continues, with China and the United States engaged in...
Related topics: Debate, China

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Top 20 Tweets From Badblue Tonight, 09.20.21: "wuhan Flu: Rejected By Darpa, Revived By...

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Related topics: Flu, Influenza (Flu)

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Why On Earth Do We Need "flying Missile Rails?"

David Axe Flying Missile Rails, Also what the heck is a flying missile rail? Key Point: The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency — DARPA, the Pentagon’s fringe-science organization — has begun work on a small drone that extend the...
Related topics: Pentagon, Drones

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Darpa Plans Thousands-strong Satellite Constellation Space-bacn Sandwich

Mmmm... BACN. Is there anything it can't do? DARPA, the famously scattershot defence research agency of people's hearts, has turned its attention to recent announcements of planned and actual communications satellite constellation launches, asking:...
Related topics: Satellites, Space, Constellations

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This Classic Cargo Plane May One Day Carry Drones To Battle

Michael Peck Drones, United States The C-130 was used in recent DARPA tests, but the concept could also be applied to other aircraft. Here's What You Need to Know: DARPA has tested a C-130A as an airborne mothership for the X-61A Gremlin...
Related topics: Drones

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The Department Of Defense Is Working On Guided Bullet For Snipers

Kyle Mizokami Snipers, United States EXACTO technology promises to revolutionize sniping. Here's What You Need to Know: In 2014, DARPA announced it was working toward EXACTO system in a deployable weapon that weighs no more than forty-six pounds...

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Darpa's Hypersonic Interceptor: A Game Changer?

Michael Peck Hypersonic Missiles, Americas Intercepting a ballistic missile with an anti-missile has been likened to "hitting a bullet with a bullet." Here's What You Need to Know: A leak-proof shield that can reliably stop a massed salvo of...

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The Foundation Of The Internet: Tcp/ip Turns 40

40 years ago—in September 1981—DARPA published the finalized specifications of the TCP/IP protocol suite, which defines the basic rules for how the internet works. While TCP/IP didn’t become widely adopted until 1983, this...

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Get Ready For The Future Of Artificial Intelligence In The War Realm

Kris Osborn military, Americas DARPA and several industry partners such as Raytheon Intelligence & Space, Northrop Grumman and BAE Systems are now fast-tracking a technological system engineered to find and transmit only images or pixels that...
Related topics: Northrop Grumman

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Darpa Reveals The Teams That’ll Target Superbugs Under Healr Project

DARPA has revealed the three teams that will work under its Hearnessing Enzymatic Activity for Lifesaving Remedies (HEALR) program to help develop new medical technologies targeted at “emerging microbial threats.” DARPA seems to be...
Related topics: Enzymes

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Ghost Fleet: There Are No Sailors In The Navy’s Future

Michael Peck Battleships, What is it like to design a ship with no crew? Here's What You Need to Remember: DARPA envisions a design almost dystopian in its vision of a ship without laughter or shouting, the smells of cooking and the bustle of...

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Oh My: Armed Attack Spacecraft May Be On The Way

Kris Osborn military, Americas Why space is the final frontier for America’s military prowess.  The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) are working on a breakthrough Nuclear...
Related topics: Spacecrafts, Military

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What The Heck Is A "flying Missile Rail" And Why Is It So Necessary?

David Axe Security, The “Flying Missile Rail” could help U.S. Air Force and Navy fighters match and even exceed the ever-increasing range of Russian- and Chinese-made missiles. Key Point: The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency —...

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Mad Scientists: Darpa Engineers Want Planes That Can See Through Everything

David Axe Security, The need is clear. Key Point: Despite big advancements in sensor technology in recent years, clouds can still block a warplane crew’s view — and make it impossible to support troops on the grounds. Synthetic aperture...

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Gloom-dwelling Subterranean Robots Battle For Million-dollar Darpa Prize

SubT Challenge pits high-tech rescue drones against one another in upsettingly non-violent combat Legendarily loopy US military (and now also non-military) ideas factory DARPA has launched a $1m competition for underground robots.…
Related topics: Drones, Military

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Could U.s. Military Snipers Soon Be Armed With "guided" Bullets?

Kyle Mizokami Snipers, Americas That's the aim of a DARPA project. Here's What You Need to Know: DARPA has gone quiet on EXACTO and has not released any details since 2014. One of the most challenging roles in ground units is that of a military...
Related topics: Military

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Get Yourself A Pupper (for Education)

While the disquieting appearance of some of the robots coming out of DARPA and other labs might give us some reservations about how much intelligence we want to give to those robots, there’s a lot to be learned from them before their...
Related topics: Robots

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Why Darpa Isn't Sweating Russian And Chinese Hypersonic Weapons

Michael Peck Hypersonic Weapons, The Achilles heel of ballistic missile defense has been that it's cheaper for an attacker to build an overwhelming mass of missiles and warheads than it is for the defender to build interceptors to stop...

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Darpa Nails Cash To Project 'fence' — A Smart Camera That Only Sends Pics When Pixels Change

Research agency also open-sources FETT hardware bug bounty platform and tools The USA’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has announced it will fund development of a new type of “event-based” camera that only transmits...

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