// Patrick Tucker
DARPA's new research in brain-computer interfaces is allowing a pilot to control multiple simulated aircraft at once.
// Jack Corrigan
DARPA's latest artificial intelligence project aims to bridge the gap between a machine that learns from data and one that adds new insights.
(Defense News) A killer robot by any other name is far more palatable to the general public.
Can the US military still innovate quickly?
(Defense News) In the era of great power competition, the speed at which competing militaries are capable to innovate and evolve could determine who would win in a war. In light of the need for speed, military innovation experts at the Defense News Conference tackled the question of whether the Department of Defense can still move quickly to develop new technologies and capabilities.
Pentagon’s A&S reorganization should be completed a year ahead of time
(Defense News) Last December, Ellen Lord sat down with reporters and told them that the reorganization of the Pentagon’s Acquisition, Technology and Logistics office would be a two-year process.
By Dan Lee, Divergent Options: "Autonomous systems may provide the Five Eyes alliance an asymmetric advantage, or ‘offset’, to counter its strategic competitors that are on track to field larger and more technologically advanced military forces. "