The Future of Military Robotics Looks Like a Nature Documentary
BBC has followed up 2006’s Planet Earth, perhaps the greatest nature documentary of all time, with an even greater sequel. This past week, Planet Earth II received 10 Emmy Award nominations. ... I, too, felt that majesty and awe, but I also happen to have just completed a study titled “Artificial Intelligence and National Security” on behalf of the U.S. Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA). IARPA is the main sponsor of the U.S. government intelligence community’s advanced research and development efforts. Like its military counterpart, DARPA, folks at IARPA are tasked with anticipating how advancements in science and technology will transform the future of espionage and warfare.
IARPA announces dates for two proposers' days
Two new programs are slotted to undergo proposer’s days, according to a news release from the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity. Proposer’s Day allows the managers of the program to present the outlining material and vision of the program before a broad agency announcement is formally issued.
IARPA seeks tech to ID bioengineered life forms
The research arm of the intelligence community is hoping new bio-detection technology can be developed to help defend against human engineered biological threats.
Government Wants to Detect Bio-engineered Threats Government Wants to Detect Bio-engineered Threats
On July 27, the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity—the research arm of the U.S. intelligence community—will host a proposers’ day conference in Washington to gather information for a proposed research program for detecting genetically modified viruses, bacteria, insects, plants or animals.
IARPA Program Seeks More Efficient Data Security
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has committed $1 million for two institutions to develop a process that can more easily and rapidly secure data while it is being computed.