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Deep learning neural networks (DNN) basis of advanced in object recognition, face detection, fraud detection and autonomous military systems

Artificial Intelligence technologies aim to develop computers, or robots that  surpass abilities of human intelligence in tasks such as learning and adaptation, reasoning and planning, decision making and autonomy; creativity; extracting knowledge and making predictions from data.   AI includes both logic-based and statistical approaches. Within AI is a large …

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Neutron Beams can detect Nuclear Warheads and disable them

Despite making reductions in their arsenals, both the USA and Russia have extensive and expensive programmes under way to replace and modernize their nuclear warheads, missile and aircraft delivery systems, and nuclear weapon production facilities. The Nuclear Race between US, Russia, and China through their continuous modernization of all the …

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Militaries developing Vehicle mounted Lasers Directed Energy Weapons to counter swarm of Drones , C-RAM (Counter Rocket, Artillery and Mortar) and subsonic cruise missiles

The  drones have emerged as a major new threat to civilian infrastructure and military.  The militant organizations have started employing drones to further their terrorism. Jihadi groups fighting the Syrian government – most notably ISIS and Jabhet al-Nusra – are extensively using advanced drones to pinpoint the Syrian Army’s locations, …

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High-assurance Network encryptors secure voice, video, and data moving over public and private IP networks

Protecting network transmitted data against cyber attacks and data breaches is imperative for government agencies. Data network eavesdropping, innocent error or technical failure, data tampering and data theft have all become commonplace. The implications of a significant breach are often catastrophic.     Encryption is a popular and effective method …

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DARPA’s Safe Gene editing program developing tools to prevent Global Bioterrorism and Biowarfare threat

Gene editing technologies have captured increasing attention from healthcare professionals, policymakers, and community leaders in recent years for their potential to selectively disable cancerous cells in the body, control populations of disease-spreading mosquitos, and defend native flora and fauna against invasive species, among other uses. The potential national security applications …

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Autonomous Cyber AI for defence from AI-enabled cyber crime and AI enabled cyber Warfare by adversaries

Artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities are growing  an unprecedented rate. These technologies have many widely beneficial applications, ranging from machine translation, medical image analysis,  driverless  cars, digital assistants for nurses and doctors, to AI-enabled drones for expediting disaster relief operations. AI is lowering barriers to entry and empowering organizations around the …

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Avalanches, the most destructive natural hazards threatening human life, and built structures in mountainous regions, require accurate early warning and predicition systems

Snow avalanches are among the most destructive natural hazards threatening human life, ecosystems, built structures, and landscapes in mountainous regions.   Avalanches and landslides are common in Himalayan Kashmir. Avalanches have caused some of the heaviest tolls for the Indian and Pakistani armies camping in the region. Each winter in …

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In cybersecurity chain, Humans are the weakest link as well as last line of defence

Cybersecurity threat landscape is becoming complex and threatening even with emerging technologies and tightening cyber regulations. Against the backdrop of a complex and growing cyber threat landscape, where 57% of businesses now assume their IT security will become compromised, businesses are also waking up to the fact that one of …

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Heterogeneous Integration Technology enhance capability of military RADAR, communications, imaging and sensing systems, DARPA’s DAHI, and CHIPS led its development

Modern warfare is increasingly dependent on microelectronics capabilities that sense the environment, convert the signals into data streams, process the information, and generate a response. In this sense, Aerospace and Defense (A-D)  systems are quite similar to commercial systems that perform communications and computations, while taking advantage of the advancement …

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Under space warfare threat, DARPA’s RSGS program plans robotic servicing, design , assemble and build satellites in space

Space has  become another domain of warfare and there is  threat of degradation or destruction of satellites through  electronic and kinetic attacks by adversaries. One of the measures DOD is taking to enhance space security is In-space-assembly.  DOD is trying to enhance the space security of their assets  is developing …

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