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VIDEO: Lockheed Martin: Autonomy is Human More

At Lockheed Martin, we believe the future of autonomy isn’t human-less. It’s human more. Whether optionally manned or unmanned, we’re realizing a future that keeps humans out of harm’s way, makes the world safer, and brings people home everywhere – every time. Learn more: http://lmt.co/2sp0Xcx

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VIDEO: Hallmark Program Overview

The growing complexity of space operations coupled with an increased need for timely decisions demands innovative approaches to battle management command and control (BMC2) technologies. To help ensure future U.S. technological and strategic superiority, DARPA’s Hallmark program seeks to develop revolutionary tools and technologies to plan, assess, and execute U.S. …

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VIDEO: Arctic Research – Breaking the Ice for Polar Progress

A team led by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) deploys Air-Deployable Expendable Ice Buoys (AXIB) in the high Arctic near the North Pole from a Royal Danish Air Force C-130 aircraft operating out of Thule Air Force Base in Greenland, as part of the International Arctic Buoy Program (IABP). …

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VIDEO: Defending Against Cyber Attacks: A Lockheed Martin Overview

For more than a decade, Lockheed Martin’s Intelligence Driven Defense and Cyber Kill Chain methodologies have helped our customers defend their most sensitive networks. It is because of this proven framework, superior technology, and hundreds of skilled analysts that Lockheed Martin remains a global leader in cyber innovation.

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VIDEO: 3D Printing in Afghanistan

Marines with Task Force Southwest deployed in the U.S. Central Command area of operations utilize tactical manufacturing to shorten supply times with various problem solving skills using 3D printers, welders, saws and much more. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Sgt. Conner Robbins)

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VIDEO: DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge, First Preliminary Event: Recap

DARPA’s Spectrum Collaboration Challenge (SC2)–the first collaborative machine-intelligence competition aimed at overcoming spectrum scarcity–held a preliminary event on December 13, 2017, at The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland. Nineteen teams from around the world came together to participate, and the top 10 finishers each walked away …

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VIDEO: “Voices From DARPA” Podcast, Episode 17: Guardian of the Chips

In this episode of Voices from DARPA, electrical engineer Kerry Bernstein, a program manager since 2012 with the Agency’s Microsystems Technology Office (MTO), chronicles how his decades of experience in the trenches of the microelectronics manufacturing world drives what he does at DARPA. He is all about ensuring the reliability …

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VIDEO: 3 Questions about Artificial Intelligence and the Military

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ign3lq3rrzk AI has moved from the movies to the laboratory, and governments around the world want it in their arsenals. We need to know how militaries define it, and how they intend to keep it under control. | Produced by Ben Watson; music by www.bensound.com.

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VIDEO: Unique Look at the Mars InSight Spacecraft | 360-Degree Video

Get a unique perspective of the InSight spacecraft coming out of it’s shipping container in our Littleton, Colo. clean room. InSight is the first mission to focus on examining the deep interior of Mars. Information gathered will boost understanding of how all rocky planets formed, including Earth.

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