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DARPA In the Moment (ITM) developing algorithm-driven decision making for military operations

Military operations – from combat, to medical triage, to disaster relief – require complex and rapid decision-making in dynamic situations where there is often no single right answer. Two seasoned military leaders facing the same scenario on the battlefield, for example, may make different tactical decisions when faced with difficult …

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Global Space race to build Moon bases, harness it’s mineral resources and helium-3, fuel for future nuclear fusion power plants could cause Future Conflict

There is global  space race among countries  to build Moon bases, harness it’s mineral resources and helium-3, fuel for future nuclear fusion power plants. Space agencies in China, Japan, Europe, Russia, Iran , Canada and a few private companies all hope to send people to the moon by as early …

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DARPA JAWS developing all-domain battlespace awareness and battle management planning software.

The future operating environment articulated by the NDS, the NDS Commission, and other sources describe how potential adversaries have developed sophisticated anti-access/area denial (A2/AD) capabilities. These capabilities include electronic warfare, cyber weapons, long-range missiles, and advanced air defenses. U.S. competitors have pursued A2/AD capabilities as a means of countering traditional …

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High Reliability and Radiation hardened memories for space and aerospace applications

The space race between countries has intensified from exploration and mining of the moon and asteroids,  launching large LEO constellations for providing global connectivity monitoring earth to NASA’s $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope.   Over the past three years, SpaceX has deployed thousands of satellites into low-Earth orbit as …

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DARPA establish Quantum Computing Application Metrics, and Benchmarks for guiding progress of Quantum computers

Quantum computers shall bring power of massive parallel processing, equivalent of supercomputer to a single chip. They can consider different possible solutions to a problem simultaneously, quickly converge on the correct solution without check each possibility individually. This dramatically speed up certain calculations, such as number factoring.   Quantum computers …

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Functional testing of Satellite communications payload and transponder

Satellite communications systems must cover a diverse set of user requirements in direct broadcast, wireless communications and remote sensing applications for both commercial and government systems. These systems must operate reliably around the clock with multi-decade system longevity. They must be thoroughly tested to ensure a quality of service over …

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DARPA NEAT will develop tool to identify risk of suicidal thoughts and behaviors in soldiers by analyzing their brain signals

Around 1 million people die by suicide annually. Globally, suicide is the tenth leading cause of death for all ages and the second leading cause of death among young people aged 15–29 years. In 2013, it was estimated that 9.3 million adults 18 years and older in the United States …

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Global Nanotechnology race for commercial and Military innovation, China is challenging west for a leading position

Nanotechnology deals with the understanding, control and manufacture of matter in the nanoscale regime, usually between 1 nm to 100 nm, and exploiting them for a useful application. At this length scale unique properties and phenomena arise as a result of increased surface-to-volume ratio and dominance of quantum mechanical effects. Nanotech …

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Race to Dominate Cislunar Space, After China takes global lead in the moon race

There is global space race among countries to build Moon bases, harness it’s mineral resources and helium-3, fuel for future nuclear fusion power plants. Space agencies in China, Japan, Europe, Russia, Iran, Canada and a few private companies all hope to send people to the moon by as early as …

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DARPA ReVector prevents pathogens from entering human body by modifying Skin Microbiome throgh synthetic biology

The mosquito is the deadliest animal on the planet, responsible for spreading malaria, which kills more than 400,000 people every year. The American Society for Microbiology estimates that there are trillions of microbes living in or on the human body that constitute the human microbiome.   The human skin microbiome …

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