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IARPA pursues anticipatory intelligence to predict the unpredictable , Video to open source collection & analysis to Quantum amd Exascale computing

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) is an organization within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence that funds high-risk, high-payoff research to overcome difficult challenges relevant to the United States Intelligence Community. IARPA was given the mandate to conduct cross-community research, target new opportunities and innovations, and …

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Quantum cryptography vulnerable to hacking too, Researchers developing hackerproof MDI QKD schemes to enhance network encryption

With the age of quantum computing drawing ever-closer, traditional encryption methods are at risk. While brute force attacks can take months to break through security, quantum attacks can use more advanced techniques to break standard public key cryptography in a much shorter timeframe.   Quantum cryptography is an emerging technology …

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Electomagnetic Weapons can cause Havana syndrome, manipulate Nervous System to erase memories and cause extreme pain

Non-lethal weapons have been used by security forces to deter hostile crowds. They fill gaps between verbal warnings and lethal force.   They have been found useful in disaster management like in the aftermath of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, where non-lethal weapons were used when riots occurred at food distribution sites. …

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Rising Green alternatives to fossil-based jet kerosene driven by rising global and military aircraft industry and concern of emissions

Global aviation fuel market was valued at US$178.560 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.00%  to reach a total market size of US$253.261 billion in 2025. Booming travel and tourism industry is one of the major drivers of global aviation fuel market. According to …

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Continuing interest of Space agencies and Militaries to exploit Zero-Point Energy for applications like propulsion and for generating electric power.

Zero-point energy is the energy that remains when all other energy is removed from a system. Zero-point energy  is the lowest energy that a given quantum mechanical system can have (i.e., the ground state of the system). In quantum field theory, it refers to the energy of the vacuum (i.e., …

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Militaries developing scalable hundreds of Kilowatts to Megawatts High Power Laser technologies for air and missile defense

The Laser Directed Energy Weapons (DEWs) offer a transformational ‘game changer’ to counter asymmetric and disruptive threats, while facing increasingly sophisticated traditional challenges. Laser technology provides major advantages for military applications over kinetic weapons due to High precision and rapid on-target effect, precise and scalable effects, avoidance of collateral damage …

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Navies developing cyber security measures and cyber defense technologies to counter growing cyber threats

Ships are increasingly using systems that rely on digitization, integration, and automation. Offensive actors understand the naval reliance on communications, ISR, and visualization technologies, and perceive them as vulnerable to disruption and exploitation. In 2016, the Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) in their “Guidelines on Cyber Security Onboard Ships,” warned about the …

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Quantum engineering established at leading universities world-wide to realize quantum hardware of quantum computers, cryptography and sensors

Traditionally, quantum science has been a domain of fundamental research explored mostly by physicists. At the current state of the art the basic properties of the systems considered for realizing quantum hardware are understood at a great level of detail. Now, it becomes increasingly more important to develop quantum systems which …

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Flexible displays enable lighter-weight, lower-power, more-rugged smartphones , soldiers wearable and vehicle applications

With the flat panel display having already been widely used more than 40 years, there have been many desired changes in the display technology, focusing on developing a lighter, thinner product that was easier to carry and store. A flexible display or rollable display is an electronic visual display which …

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Graphical Processing units (GPUs) for Deep Neural networks (DNN) in mobile military autonomous systems

The world of high-performance computing is particularly challenging, as new flavors of sophisticated sensors, complex cameras, and the requirements of Advanced computations, which include Software-Defined Radio, cryptography, and other types of arithmetic-intensive algorithms. GPPs, also known as “traditional CPUs,” feature ever-improving performance, well-understood, and mature software development tools – and are …

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