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Want $2 million? Check out DARPA’s AI-powered radio contest

DARPA is beginning a three-years long competition in 2017 to encourage the development of AI solutions to radio congestion.
by John DyeJuly 20, 2016

DARPA wants to use AI to squeeze more bandwidth out of the airwaves

DARPA has launched its latest Grand Challenge, this time to bring advanced machine-learning capabilities to the way radio frequencies are used.
by Gary SimsMarch 28, 2016

DARPA develops Android-based sensor for future use in UAVs and more

In an effort to build military sensor systems faster than the current method allows, DARPA has developed a new sensor framework with the use of a new design and a modified version of ...
by David GonzalesMay 30, 20131

DARPA wants to give future Soldiers Predator vision using Android phones

Every now and then, someone has an idea that's so ridiculous that we don't know if it's totally awesome or not. DARPA had one of those ideas recently. Their proposal is to strap Android ...
by Joe HindyNovember 8, 20127

DARPA pays $21m to address Android security risks

Here at AndroidAuthority, we’ve discussed the growing importance of Android in military environments, ranging from tablets that can control UAVs to custom-designed Android ...
by Mike AndriciJune 25, 20124
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