Does the federal government reserve the right to waste our tax dollars on science fair projects?
The robot could potentially save soldiers’s lives
You can run, but you can’t hide
‘The implications of this project are astounding’
Trying to ban AI is like carrying a ‘no more nukes’ sign — ineffective.
Hacker took control of braking, acceleration and more
DOD working to put homing bullets in soldier’s hands
But does anyone know how it works?
‘It would be a spacecraft that most resembles what people see in the movies’
‘Due to an anomaly, the test was terminated near the launch pad shortly after lift-off’
‘Unfortunately I think this is more the rule than the exception’
Accurate at over one-mile away
‘It’s like you’re swimming in the Internet’
The Hydra could be deployed from aircraft, ships, or submarines.
Program was meant to further the research field of artificial intelligence
New funding for neuroscience is a big nothing.
DARPA explains hypersonic glider anomaly - Bloomberg Businessweek
The craft dubbed Hypersonic Technology Vehicle-2 was launched from California atop a rocket and released for a glide at 20 times the speed of sound.
If you had to track down fugitives hidden in five cities around the world, would one day and a $5,000 reward be enough to succeed?
But in the halls of the Pentagon and America’s intelligence agencies, Google casts a relatively small shadow