If you imagine the U.S. research community as a family party, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is your crazy uncle ranting at the end of the table and the government’s other “ARPA” organizations are the in-laws who are buying into his theories.
“A human brain that speaks in binary? It could be a reality. DARPA is looking into creating an interface that can connect the human brain and modern technology seamlessly.”https://t.co/TVX4MLzWlF— Nigel Ten Fleming (@TenFleming) December 24, 2019
At @UNESCO, IARPA PM, Carl Rubino, recently explained how our programs are strategically designed to advance natural language processing #research for low resource languages. Learn more here: https://t.co/mqqccvZTav #NLP pic.twitter.com/gGWsHrcFZY— IARPA (@IARPAnews) December 13, 2019
#TBT – ARPA-E’s METALS program is working to develop cost-effective and energy-efficient technologies to process and recycle metals for lightweight vehicles and aircraft. Check out our video featuring exciting METALS teams from UHV Technologies and @UUtah! https://t.co/zI6vNOWcxi— ARPA-E (@ARPAE) December 12, 2019