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DARPA Jul 20
50 years ago today, the mission placed the first humans on the moon. Thanks to dedicated historians, we can relive that voyage in detail through film, photos & audio. Take some time to reflect on what people can achieve when they work together.
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DARPA Jul 19
Replying to @DARPA
The Broad Agency Announcement for SIEVE is available now at . Abstracts are due July 31, 2019; full proposals are due Sept. 20, 2019.
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DARPA Jul 19
Replying to @DARPA
SIEVE, short for Securing Information for Encrypted Verification and Evaluation, aims to develop computer science theory & software that can generate mathematically verifiable statements that can be shared publically without giving sensitive information away.
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DARPA Jul 19
It's Friday, so... let's talk theory, encryption & zero-knowledge proofs! Our new SIEVE program addresses cases where there is a need to provide certain verifiable data without revealing other sensitive information.
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DARPA Jul 18
Replying to @DARPA
The simplified μE proposal, contracting & funding process employed by each topic will make it even easier for individuals & orgs to contribute to DARPA’s mission. Each award may be worth up to $1 million, and awards will be made w/in 90 days of topic announcement. PoP is 18 mos.
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DARPA Jul 18
Replying to @DARPA
The goal is to identify & demonstrate technical feasibility for real-time detection against hardware Trojans installed in complex COTS circuit boards.
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DARPA Jul 18
On Tuesday, we announced the Microsystems Exploration (μE) prgm, a new effort to accelerate dvlpt of microsystems tech. Today we released the first μE topic, Safeguards against Hidden Effects and Anomalous Trojans in Hardware (SHEATH). Get the details: .
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DARPA Jul 18
Open-source code is available on : . Learn more about our privacy-centric Brandeis program at .
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DARPA Jul 18
Replying to @vgr
We're in the middle of our first Virtual round of competition for the Subterranean Challenge.
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DARPA Jul 18
Replying to @NASA @JHUAPL
The same month that TIROS went up, we also launched Transit, the world’s first navigation satellite, created for ARPA by .
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DARPA Jul 18
TIROS (shown here in pre-clean room days) was the world's 1st weather satellite, created for ARPA by RCA & launched by in 1960. TIROS supported operation of CORONA, world’s 1st photo-reconnaissance satellite, by providing crucial info for planning.
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DARPA Jul 17
Replying to @insideLLNL
We were fortunate to enjoy Vincent's expertise while he was here. His SIGMA+ program will make our entire country safer.
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DARPA Jul 17
One of the big motivators of this line of research is to enable new treatments for neuropsychiatric illness. Our SUBNETS program has demonstrated some success in that regard.
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DARPA Jul 17
Replying to @neuralink @UCSF
DARPA has a long history of pushing the limits of what's possible with neurotechnology. Read about our historical work at: . After that, see where we're at today and moving into the future: 1) 2)
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DARPA Jul 17
Replying to @neuralink @UCSF
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DARPA Jul 17
We're excited to see progress being made on new neural interface tech! The "sewing machine" robot for placing electrodes was developed by w/ DARPA funds. This type of transition from govt to industry shows how DARPA creates opportunity by removing technical risk.
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DARPA Jul 17
Replying to @MIT
The 3DSoC program aims to drive the future of System-on-a-chip architecture, utilizing 3D fabrication to address key limits in current 2D SoC design and manufacturing.
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DARPA Jul 17
An industry & program first! Under our 3DSoC program, the first monolithic 3D device structures produced in a fab were unveiled yesterday at our by Dr. Max Shulaker of .
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DARPA Jul 16
Replying to @semiDL
The work for 3 just kicked off. We could have the first new papers in six months or so.
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DARPA Jul 16
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