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The US military has unveiled one of its most-advanced humanoid robots known as Atlas, which was created to assist in future emergency situations, the American Forces Press Service reported.
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The US Army is working to limit its dependence on GPS by developing the next generation of navigation technology, including a tiny autonomous chip, the director of the Pentagon`s research agency said Wednesday.
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The strategy of using social media for coordinating people in critical situations has high risk of failure, a study has said.
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A new Pentagon-backed autonomous "bat drone", that can use a long claw to pluck objects off of the ground, is ready for deployment.
Last Updated: Friday, September 07, 2012, 16:45
Faster than the fastest man ever born, a Pentagon-funded robot, dubbed Cheetah, clocked 28.3mph to beat its own record.
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An unmanned hypersonic glider likely aborted its 13,000 mph flight over the Pacific Ocean last summer because unexpectedly large sections of its skin peeled off.
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DARPA’s purpose is to sponsor “revolutionary, high-payoff research” for military use.
Last Updated: Friday, November 18, 2011, 13:30
A hypersonic weapon prototype belonging to the US Army which travels at several times the speed of sound was successfully test fired on Nov 17.
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The Pentagon`s researchers plan to bolster their efforts to create offensive weapons for use in cyber warfare, reflecting a growing concern over digital threats, US officials have said.
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An unmanned hypersonic glider developed for U.S. defense research into super-fast global strike capability was lost after the experimental craft began flying on its own.
Last Updated: Saturday, September 11, 2010, 18:14
The US Army`s science department is working to develop helmets that can influence a soldier`s brain.
Last Updated: Sunday, April 25, 2010, 15:37
Flying cars have always been something typically reserved for science fiction, but they have now come closer to reality.
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