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  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    July 2019

    Academia Key to Maintaining U.S. Lead in AI

    Academic institutions will be critical to sustaining the United States’ overmatch in artificial intelligence technology, experts say.
  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    July 2019

    DARPA’s ‘AI Next’ Program Bearing Fruit

    The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency made headlines last fall when it announced that it was pledging $2 billion for a multi-year effort to develop new artificial intelligence technology. Months later, DARPA’s “AI Next” program is already bearing fruit, said Peter Highnam, the agency’s deputy director.
  • Emerging Technologies

    May 2019

    Inside the Joint AI Center's Pitch Day

    On the 48th floor of 10 Hudson Yards — part of a New York City high-rise complex with boutique shops, offices and restaurants — companies lined up to pitch new artificial intelligence technology to the Defense Department.
  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    May 2019

    Joint AI Center Linking Services, Industry

    While still in its infancy, the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is already making waves throughout the Pentagon.
  • Global Defense Market

    April 2019

    China on Quest for Semiconductor Independence

    Semiconductors are the backbone of the modern electronics that make up some of the world’s most promising and revolutionary technology. However, countries around the globe are increasingly concerned about malicious hidden backdoors that can expose systems to security breaches, leading some to seek more oversight and supply independence.
  • Infotech

    March 2019

    Software Acquisition: Still a Tough Nut to Crack

    Effectively acquiring and sustaining the massive number of software systems the Pentagon employs is a perennial problem, experts say.
  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    February 2019

    AI Project to Link Military, Silicon Valley

    It was almost a year ago when Google employees made waves from Silicon Valley to Washington, D.C., by signing a letter objecting to the company’s work with the Defense Department’s Project Maven.
  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    January 2019

    5G Wireless Network Could Revolutionize AI

    Wireless network carriers have been spreading the news far and wide: 5G is coming.
  • Cyber

    November 2018

    Analysts Laud New Federal Cyber Strategies

    With high-tech adversaries increasingly targeting U.S. government networks, two recently released cybersecurity strategies are a step in the right direction, experts have said. The National Cyber Strategy and a summary of the Defense Department’s Cyber Strategy were both released in September. The documents provided high-level objectives for the Pentagon and other federal agencies to better wrap their arms around cybersecurity issues.
  • Infotech

    September 2018

    U.S. Winning Supercomputer Race, For Now

    With the unveiling of Summit — which has a peak performance of 200 petaflops, or 200,000 trillion calculations per second — the United States is once again in possession of the world’s speediest supercomputer.
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