IARPA in the News 2015

Charlotte Agenda

...I caught a story on NPR called “So You Think You’re Smarter Than a CIA Agent?” Alix Spiegel reported for approximately 7 minutes on an experiment called the Good Judgment Project (GJP) and it blew my relatively dormant, suburban mind.

Defense Systems

The hacks this year of the Office of Personnel Management databases, which went on for months before being discovered, underscored the importance of being able to detect network intrusions early on. But what if you could detect them before they happen? The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency wants to find out...

FedScoop

If the past 18 months have taught us anything, it’s that the sooner organizations figure out they’ve been breached, the less damage they will have to mitigate.

Under a new program from the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency, the government wants to detect attacks before there is any damage....

ISN

Since the development of the Internet in the late 1960s, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and other agencies have sought to harness its national security potential. For instance, the Internet’s facilitation of data collection has enhanced research once dependent on onerous data scraping from analog sources. AI, machine learning and natural language processing (NLP) techniques designed for trawling the net’s vast resources have opened up new vistas in anticipatory intelligence. In this respect, the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity’s (IARPA) Office of Anticipating Surprise (OAS) is one of the leading repositories of programs dedicated to testing the potential of predictive analytics to enhance strategic security. These include the Aggregative Contingent Estimation (ACE) Program and other open source projects like the handily-titled Open Source Indicators (OSI) program....

Defense Daily

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) office in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) released a broad agency announcement for its Cyber-attack Automated Unconventional Sensor Environment (CAUSE) program.