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AFRL is seeking Multi-INT Fusion to implement US Airforce ISR strategy for A2/AD environments

ISR is one of the  US Air Force’s five enduring core missions along with air and space superiority, rapid global mobility, global strike, and command and control. AF ISR is integral to Global Vigilance for the nation and is foundational to Global Reach and Global Power. ISR is defined in Joint …

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Internet of Nano Things (IoNT) shall impact from Telecom & IT to homeland security to military

By 2025, it is predicted that there can be as many as 100 billion connected IoT devices or network of everyday objects as well as sensors that will be infused with intelligence and computing capability.  These devices shall comprise of personal devices such as smart watches, digital glasses and fitness …

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DARPA’s SMISC program to identify misinformation or deception campaigns on Social Media and conduct its own propaganda campaigns

The conditions under which our Armed Forces conduct operations are rapidly changing with the spread of blogs, social networking sites, and media‐sharing technology (such as YouTube), and further accelerated by the proliferation of mobile technology. Changes to the nature of conflict resulting from the use of social media are likely to …

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Claytronics envision millions of cooperating robot modules that could morph into different shapes to serve multiple purposes

Claytronics is an abstract concept that exists at the intersection of nanotechnology, computer science and robotics. It is concerned with the development of autonomous robots, the size of a few nanometres. These nano-robots, called Claytronic atoms or catoms, can interact with each other to form three dimensional, dynamic objects that …

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New programming languages for quantum computers that take full advantage of the computers’ capabilities

Quantum computing and quantum information processing are next revolutionary technology expected to have immense impact. Quantum information technologies, such as quantum computers, cryptography, radars, clocks, and other quantum systems, rely on the properties of quantum mechanics, which describes the behavior of matter at the subatomic scale. For example, by taking advantage …

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Analog Neuromorphic Chips promise to bring deep learning to mobile and wearable devices

Most consumers use some form of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning every day without even realizing it. From AI-driven applications like Google Maps to autopilot mechanisms on commercial flights to anti-spam filters that depend on machine learning to adjust their rules over time, next-gen technology is everywhere.   Deep …

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US Army developing AI based aided/automatic target acquisition technology for improved situational awareness and reduce response times.

Ai/ATR is a generic term to describe automated processing functions carried out on imaging sensor data in order to perform operations ranging from simple cuing of a human observer to complex, fully autonomous object acquisition and identification.   ATR can range from fully autonomous, such as, in a missile seeker …

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Wireless and Emergency Communication Tech for Disasters: New Technologies Address Obstacles

The occurrence of a large natural or man-made disaster is often combined with the destruction of the local infrastructures on the ground. For example, the earthquake in Wenchuan in May, 2008 did not only has a huge destructive power, but also made the disaster area into many information isolated islands …

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DARPA plans revolutionary new architectures with Physics of AI (PAI) to accelerate AI in Defense Applications

In past, DARPA had (R&D) that facilitated the advancement and application of “First Wave” (rule based) and “Second Wave” (statistical learning based) AI technologies. Today, DARPA continues to lead innovation in AI research which will help shape a future for AI technology where machines may serve as trusted and collaborative …

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Telecoms are suffering more attacks than any other sector, Telcos Managing cyber security risks

Telecoms companies, their core infrastructure and the large volumes of personal data they hold on subscribers, all represent an attractive target for malicious actors. Telecoms have suffered more attacks than any other surveyed. Telecoms organisations admitted to having faced four attacks on average over the last twelve months, according latest …

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