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Buzz your pain away?

Imagine if you could take two zaps of electricity a day and be pain free. You could forget your pills and side effects. Farfetched? Maybe not. 496 more words

Science News

Team ForAllSecure’s Software Program ‘Mayhem’ Cleans Up at DARPA’s Cyber Grand Challenge

MAYHEM, a software program created by start-up ForAllSecure, took on 6 other software programs from around the world at the final of DARPA’s Cyber Grand Challenge. 452 more words

Science And Tech

News: Def Con 2016 - security conference

In the beginning of this month (4. – 7. August) in Paris Hotel, Las Vegas, was a Cyber Grand Challenge by DARPA, the US military’s research-and-development arm. 447 more words


MIT & DARPA Create Tiny Lidar Micro-Chip

MIT And DARPA Pack Lidar Sensor Onto Single Chip

” Light detection and ranging, or lidar, is a sensing technology based on laser light. It’s similar to radar, but can have a higher resolution, since the wavelength of light is about 100,000 times smaller than radio wavelengths.

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Drone News

RECOD joins international effort for fighting digital forgeries in project funded by DARPA & AFRL

Aiming at developing a system for the military that would detect doctored images and videos and determine specifically how they were manipulated, the DARPA MediFor project is an international collaboration among University of Notre Dame, New York University, University of Southern California, University of Siena in Italy, Politecnico di Milano in Italy, and University of Campinas, in Brazil. 192 more words

Anderson Rocha

Limb Regeneration A Step Closer?

Source: GizaDeathStar.com
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
August 17, 2016

While some have been busy contributing to the technologies of mind manipulation and total control, to electroceuticals with the potential to have an inbuilt “kill switch” for people foolish enough to be “chipped,” others are working on those technologies of “regeneration,” in this case, of the natural regeneration of lost limbs, according to this article shared by Mr. 321 more words