IARPA in the News


Humanity has big hopes for artificial intelligence, but in reality machines have a long way to go to catch up with the human brain. Enter Harvard University, which has just won a $28 million grant to change all that....The grant was awarded by The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), part of the U.S. government's Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

C4ISR & Networks

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity is in the business of the cutting edge – seeking solutions for problems that don’t even necessarily yet exist.... Now IARPA looking to go beyond its current projects, asking industry and the public for ideas that even IARPA officials may not have considered.

HPC Wire

IARPA announced the selection of Dr. Stacey Dixon as IARPA’s Deputy Director, effective January 25th. Dr. Dixon most recently served as the NGA Deputy Director of InnoVision, where she oversaw research and development for geospatial intelligence.


The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity is looking for information on neurally inspired computing principles so it can better understand the challenges and potential opportunities for developing next-generation computers.


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FCW Insider

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has tapped Stacey Dixon, an intelligence official with significant Capitol Hill experience, as its new deputy director.

Executive Gov

Stacey Dixon, former deputy director of the InnoVision organization at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency , has joined the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity as deputy director.