An ARL-sponsored program is using natural language processing to create virtual humans who can interact with and even counsel soldiers.
The CESARS program aims to protect ships against optically guided missiles, attack craft and drones.
The recent Mad Scientist Conference addressed the idea of embedding sensors into humans to help produce "sentient" data.
The technology promises to make aviation more fuel-efficient, environmentally friendly and quieter.
The Air Force is exploring new antisatellite technologies -- but keeping quiet about which ones -- in response to Chinese tests and Russia's hard line.
Thales and Harris will compete for order of up to 193,276 of the software-defined radios, designed to take tactical communications to dismounted soldiers.
Three new applications in the Corps' logistics support system lets even Marines without Internet connectivity handle of the hard part of online transactions.
The department's recently released cyber strategy shows how much the landscape has changed since 2011.