IARPA in the News 2014

Executive Gov

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has asked industry to propose ideas for developing neural tools and methods to predict a person’s cognitive performance in different settings.

NetworkWorld

Can a tool or technology be applied to the brain and accurately predict out of a given group of people who will be the smartest?

FedTech Magazine

Video analytics — the automated analysis of terabytes of video content — has a proven track record helping investigators to glean information from surveillance cameras, recognize faces in a crowd or zoom in on the license plates of suspects. However, researchers know they need more advanced capabilities and software algorithms to go beyond detection and tracking and really understand the relationships between objects in video footage.

SIGNAL Magazine

Two closely related science and technology programs aim to improve image location and search capabilities, saving intelligence analysts significant time and effort.

 

The Register

IARPA – an agency whose job is to develop and furnish the US spy community with advanced technology – has gathered companies and academics to discuss modern machine intelligence at a one-day conference in Washington D.C.