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14 Amazing DARPA Technologies On Tap

Go inside the labs of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for a look at some of the most intriguing technologies they're developing in computing, electronics, communications, and more.
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Programming Computation on Encrypted Data, a.k.a. PROCEED, aims to make practical use of encrypted data without having to first decrypt it. A breakthrough could make it harder for hackers to develop malware, says DARPA. Pictured here is a supercomputer used by the National Security Agency for code breaking. Image credit: Austin Mills (Creative Commons)

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Leo Regulus,
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9/28/2012 | 7:06:15 PM
re: 14 Amazing DARPA Technologies On Tap
As previously noted, CANNOT 'READ' SLIDE SHOWS.
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