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DARPA scientists will build on language processing technologies with improved speed and accuracy – offering an advantage to analysts in a variety of military and non-military scenarios.
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Brain research experts at DARPA’s Congressional Tech Showcase demonstrated an artificial arm and hand that can do everything from picking up cups to playing the piano, powered by the user’s brain.
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ICT researchers plan to build a 3-D interactive digital version of Medal of Honor recipient Staff Sgt. Ty Carter that can understand questions and answer questions about his experiences in battle.
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The Afghanistan Captured Material Exploitation Unit, or ACME, uses techniques that are similar to the scripted crime scene investigators found on television…except this science is real.
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U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Matthew Oliver showcases an example of what a soldier may look like in the year 2032 at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show. (Image Source provided by Army PAO)

SOCOM is taking strides in the development of the “Iron Man” suit. The goal is to provide operators lighter, more efficient full-body ballistics protection and super-human strength.
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A new program seeks to lower satellite launch costs by developing a reusable hypersonic unmanned vehicle with costs, operation and reliability similar to traditional aircraft.
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Battlefield Technology

Believe it or not, there exists a group of scientists at Bagram Airfield who analyze all evidence collected from improvised explosive device (IED) operations around Afghanistan.
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U.S. Army Research Laboratory physicist Ronald E. Meyers explains the concepts of a Quantum Network with Atoms and Photons or QNET-AP.  (U.S. Army photo by Dave McNally)

The newest thing in quantum imaging has the U.S. Army Research Laboratory written all over it. Find out how two men from ARL are revolutionizing the system with their “method for image enhancement and improvement”.
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