The agency says the next version of its cloud computing service will be operated by a commercial provider, though on DOD property and strictly for DOD users.
As the U.S. embarks on its first openly declared “cyber war,” how will offensive capabilities be applied in future conflicts against an array of enemies?
In a recent two-week exercise, the Army tried to more seamlessly integrate cyber and electromagnetic spectrum operations, which is seen as a necessary response to emerging threats.
DARPA director Arati Prabhakar cautioned against artificial intelligence as a panacea to problems that still need a human element.
Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work provides some context to the plan to make use of autonomy and artificial intelligence.
DARPA awards contracts to eight companies for next-generation vehicles that improve protection and functionality without adding armor.
With the Athena Project and other efforts, DOD is looking to adopt innovation concepts perfected in Silicon Valley to speed deployment of new technologies.
The integrated system combines defensive weapons for use against UAS, cruise missiles and other threats.