Darpa chief sees need for layered, adaptable, affordable technologies
For an organization that exists to think decades ahead to prevent technology surprise and enable military superiority, the future for U.S. national security looks particularly uncertain to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa). Diversifying threats, technology globalization and cost pressures will require more from the agency than just the game-changing technologies for which it is famous. There will be no silver bullets, says Arati Prabhakar, who returned to Darpa as ...
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