DoD shows off its first successful micro-drone swarm launch
The tiny, low-cost UAVs work as a team to collect intelligence at low altitudes.
US Army wants bullets that turn into plants over time
Projectiles and casings can take "hundreds of years" to break down.
US military worries it will lose the AI war
A Defense Department science board urges 'immediate action' to catch up on AI warfare.
The robots of war: AI and the future of combat
Before we start fighting with robots, we have to learn to trust them.
Pentagon wants more people to hack its websites and networks
And it will even pay them to do it.
US pours $160 million into making tissues and artificial organs
The public-private investment will help with manufacturing and repairing tissues.
The government spends billions maintaining archaic IT systems
Some of the tech dates back over 50 years and there's no indication of it being replaced anytime soon.
The military is taking cyber warfare a lot more seriously
It starts with making sure Cyber Command has a better seat at the Department of Defense's table.
DARPA's 'Improv' initiative crowdsources solutions to DIY terrorists
If you're a MacGyver type, the Feds would like a word.