If widely used, these AIs could hinder efforts to defend against cyberattacks -- and could set off an AI arms race between misinformation generators and detectors.
The newly unveiled Perlmutter next-generation supercomputer features several key technologies that will be used in future exascale systems.
Radar sensors can often collect and process large amounts of data – even in harsh environments – and generate high-resolution images of targets.
Commercial cloud computing can be used to process and securely deliver actionable information from low-Earth orbit satellites to military ground stations, command centers or direct to warfighters on the battlefield.
A use-of-force simulation experiment used virtual reality to study factors that might help reduce deadly encounters between law enforcement officers and civilians.
Researchers have developed chip technology that randomizes microarchitecture implementation details to turn the system into a puzzle that hackers must solve before conducting security exploits.
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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants robots that can arrange themselves into traveling 3D mesh networks so squad members can communicate on missions where mobile radio access is unavailable.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants ways to not only automate migrating legacy C/C++ code to safer programming languages, but also ensure the code takes the fullest possible advantage of the target languages' security features.
In the wake of the ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline's business systems, lawmakers and government officials are re-examining where the responsibility for the cybersecurity of energy pipelines should be housed.