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  • 2:56:44 DRC Finals Workshop - Camera 2

    DRC Finals Workshop - Camera 2

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    DRC Finals Workshop

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  • 28:22 Arati Prabhakar: Changing What's Possible (DARPA

    Arati Prabhakar: Changing What's Possible (DARPA

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    Dr. Arati Prabhakar, the director of DARPA, describes DARPA's big ambitions for the future of technology and national security. She spoke at DARPA's "Wait, What? A Future Technology Forum" on Sept. 9, 2015.

  • 26:49 Gunnar Carlsson: The Shape Of Data (DARPA

    Gunnar Carlsson: The Shape Of Data (DARPA

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    Dr. Gunnar Carlsson, the Anne and Bill Swindells Professor of Mathematics at Stanford University, describes how topology--the study of shape--is leading to breakthroughs in visualizing, analyzing and leveraging big data. He spoke at DARPA's "Wait, What? A

  • 05:56 John Launchbury: Reclaiming Your Digital Self (DARPA

    John Launchbury: Reclaiming Your Digital Self (DARPA

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    Dr. John Launchbury, a program manager in DARPA's Information Innovation Office, describes how DARPA is designing privacy technologies that could encourage data sharing by ensuring that information can be used only for its intended purpose. He spoke at DA

  • 28:43 Secretary Of Defense Ash Carter: Innovation And National Security (DARPA

    Secretary Of Defense Ash Carter: Innovation And National Security (DARPA

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    Secretary of Defense Ash Carter kicked off DARPA's "Wait, What? A Future Technology Forum" on Sept. 9, 2015. He stressed the importance of a strong relationship between the Department of Defense and commercial innovators, and said that both sides have les

  • 06:26 Dan Wattendorf: Outpacing Infectious Disease (DARPA

    Dan Wattendorf: Outpacing Infectious Disease (DARPA

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    Col. Dan Wattendorf, MC, USAF, a program manager in DARPA's Biological Technologies Office, explains how DARPA aims to nip infectious-disease outbreaks in the bud with rapid diagnostics, accelerated vaccine development and distribution, and an immediately

  • 25:36 Ramesh Raskar: Extreme Computational Imaging (DARPA

    Ramesh Raskar: Extreme Computational Imaging (DARPA

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    Dr. Ramesh Raskar, an associate professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab, describes how advanced computation is improving imaging technologies to create movies of nanosecond-long events and produce groundbreaking cameras to s

  • 04:45 Vincent Tang: Not Even Once (DARPA

    Vincent Tang: Not Even Once (DARPA

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    Dr. Vincent Tang, a program manager in DARPA's Defense Sciences Office, describes DARPA's progress toward automated, always-on radiological detection systems designed to detect nuclear materials quickly over vast distances. He spoke at DARPA's "Wait, What

  • 36:01 Zach Serber: Designing A Million Genomes (DARPA

    Zach Serber: Designing A Million Genomes (DARPA

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    Dr. Zach Serber, co-founder of Zymergen, explains his company's efforts to marry synthetic biology, machine learning and materials science to endow microbes with new genetic programs for creating impossible materials with novel and valuable properties. He

  • 34:31 Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli: Design Tools For The Trillion-Device Future (DARPA

    Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli: Design Tools For The Trillion-Device Future (DARPA

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    Dr. Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, who holds the Buttner Chair of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California at Berkeley, dives into the implications of a near future in which everybody is connected to thousands of netw

  • 05:04 Popular Bill Chappell: Connect Everything -- Spectrum Unbounded (DARPA

    Bill Chappell: Connect Everything -- Spectrum Unbounded (DARPA

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    Dr. Bill Chappell, director of DARPA's Microsystems Technology Office, explains how new spectrum-sharing technologies could fuel revolutionary improvements in our increasingly connected lives. He spoke at DARPA's "Wait, What? A Future Technology Forum" on

  • 29:52 Craig Clark: Small Satellites And The Changing Space Industry (DARPA

    Craig Clark: Small Satellites And The Changing Space Industry (DARPA

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    Craig Clark, satellite builder and CEO of Clyde Space Ltd., discusses the changing nature of the space industry and the potential benefits of small satellites made available on a much wider basis. He spoke at DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum on Sept. 10, 2015.

  • 05:12 Nils Sandell: Wrangling Complexity (DARPA

    Nils Sandell: Wrangling Complexity (DARPA

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    Dr. Nils Sandell, Jr., director of DARPA's Strategic Technology Office, describes how DARPA is paving the way to a national-security future in which complexity is wrangled to create systems of systems that function more reliably and safely than today’s “s

  • 04:53 Pam Melroy: Port Of Call At 36,000 Km (DARPA

    Pam Melroy: Port Of Call At 36,000 Km (DARPA

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    Pamela Melroy, deputy director of DARPA's Tactical Technology Office, explains how low Earth orbit is booming with new commercial space activity—but another transformation awaits as geosynchronous Earth orbit (GEO). Space robotics technology will help us

  • 11:35 Arati Prabhakar: Welcome To The Day (DARPA

    Arati Prabhakar: Welcome To The Day (DARPA

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    Dr. Arati Prabhakar, the director of DARPA, welcomes guests, recaps presentations from Day 1 of the forum, and previews the day ahead. She spoke at DARPA's "Wait, What? A Future Technology Forum" on Sept. 10, 2015.

  • 05:34 Paul Cohen: Communicative Computers (DARPA

    Paul Cohen: Communicative Computers (DARPA

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    Dr. Paul Cohen, a program manager in DARPA's Information Innovation Office, describes how DARPA aims to improve human-machine mutual understanding by enabling computers to collaborate with biologists to figure out how deadly cancers work, and with human a

  • 32:22 R. Alta Charo: I Am Become Life… (DARPA

    R. Alta Charo: I Am Become Life… (DARPA

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    R. Alta Charo, the Warren P. Knowles Professor of Law and Bioethics at the law and medical schools of the University of Wisconsin, considers how the United States and the world—once consumed by fear of our newfound ability to annihilate all life—have now

  • 19:52 DARPA Risers: New Voices, New Perspectives (DARPA

    DARPA Risers: New Voices, New Perspectives (DARPA

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    DARPA Risers Alex Bataller (UCLA), Anupama Lakshmanan (Caltech) and Max Shulaker (Stanford) explain their ongoing research into dense microplasmas, adapting immune cells and enabling much faster, lower-power microchips, respectively. The three spoke at DA

  • 31:53 Tom Dietterich: Smart Software In A World With Risk (DARPA

    Tom Dietterich: Smart Software In A World With Risk (DARPA

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    Dr. Tom Dietterich, President of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence and Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at Oregon State University, delves into the challenges of ensuring that artificial intelligence performs safely

  • 59:12 Are We Alone And Have We Been? (DARPA

    Are We Alone And Have We Been? (DARPA

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    In a panel discussion moderated by Dr. Geoff Ling, director of DARPA's Biological Technologies Office, hear how a molecular biologist focused on fossils, a physicist fascinated by population dynamics, and an astrophysicist looking for life are exploring t

  • 16:04 9/11 Remembrance At DARPA's

    9/11 Remembrance At DARPA's

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    Members of the DARPA community reflect on how the events of September 11, 2001, impacted their lives and moved them to contribute to defense and national security. Speakers include Victoria Coleman, CAPT Rich Field, Mark Micire, Mick Maher and Meredith Sa

  • 06:38 Arati Prabhakar: Closing Remarks At DARPA's

    Arati Prabhakar: Closing Remarks At DARPA's

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    Dr. Arati Prabhakar, the director of DARPA, recaps what was learned and discussed at the "Wait, What?" forum and thanks guests for participating. She spoke at DARPA's "Wait, What? A Future Technology Forum" on Sept. 11, 2015.

  • 31:13 Jun Ye: Let There Be Light (and Thus, Time) -- DARPA

    Jun Ye: Let There Be Light (and Thus, Time) -- DARPA

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    Dr. Jun Ye, professor of physics at the University of Colorado at Boulder and a fellow of both the National Institute of Standards and Technology and JILA, explains how lasers are used to manipulate atoms inside and out for ultra-precise clocks. He spoke

  • 05:31 Justin Sanchez: Neurotechnology (DARPA

    Justin Sanchez: Neurotechnology (DARPA

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    Dr. Justin Sanchez, a program manager in DARPA's Biological Technologies Office, describes how applied neuroscience is opening new worlds of independence and experience, as well as important questions about privacy, enhancement and the core societal value

  • 29:06 Karl Deisseroth: Lighting The Brain (DARPA

    Karl Deisseroth: Lighting The Brain (DARPA

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    Dr. Karl Deisseroth, D.H. Chen Professor of Bioengineering and of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University, describes how optogenetics—the new art of choreographing neural activity with light—is fueling breakthroughs in brain research and

  • 06:04 Stefanie Tompkins: Interdependencies (DARPA

    Stefanie Tompkins: Interdependencies (DARPA

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    Dr. Stefanie Tompkins, director of DARPA's Defense Sciences Office, describes how new mathematical foundations for complex systems might change how we understand our world, how we make new discoveries and how we create technological surprise. She spoke at

  • 1:07:04 BTO Breakout Session 2: Future Biotech, Future Law (DARPA

    BTO Breakout Session 2: Future Biotech, Future Law (DARPA

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    "Future Biotech, Future Law" was a breakout session at DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum that provided a glimpse into the future of global security, rogue technologies, and the law. The session was hosted by DARPA's Biological Technologies Office, and moderated

  • 1:06:37 BTO Breakout Session 1: Future Biotech, Future Law (DARPA

    BTO Breakout Session 1: Future Biotech, Future Law (DARPA

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    "Future Biotech, Future Law" was a breakout session at DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum that provided a glimpse into the future of global security, rogue technologies, and the law. The session was hosted by DARPA's Biological Technologies Office, and moderated

  • 1:16:45 TTO Breakout Session 1: Launching New Trajectories In Space (DARPA

    TTO Breakout Session 1: Launching New Trajectories In Space (DARPA

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    "Launching New Trajectories in Space: New Capabilities, New Cost Curves" was a breakout session at DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum. It was hosted by DARPA's Tactical Technology Office and moderated by Mike Gold, director of DC operations and business growth a

  • 1:08:33 MTO Breakout Session 1: Technology By The People, For The People -- Circuits (DARPA

    MTO Breakout Session 1: Technology By The People, For The People -- Circuits (DARPA

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    "Technology by the People, for the People: Building communities to eliminate barriers to technology" was a breakout session at DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum. It was hosted by DARPA's Microsystems Technology Office and moderated by Tom Kalil, Deputy Director

  • 1:18:10 STO Breakout Session 1: Wrangling Complexity (DARPA

    STO Breakout Session 1: Wrangling Complexity (DARPA

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    "Wrangling Complexity: Designing Systems that Work" was a breakout session at DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum. It was hosted by DARPA's Strategic Technology Office and moderated by Nan Mattai, senior vice president of engineering and technology at Rockwell Co

  • 1:19:20 TTO Breakout Session 2: Launching New Trajectories In Space (DARPA

    TTO Breakout Session 2: Launching New Trajectories In Space (DARPA

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    "Launching New Trajectories in Space: New Capabilities, New Cost Curves" was a breakout session at DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum. It was hosted by DARPA's Tactical Technology Office and moderated by Mike Gold, director of DC operations and business growth a

  • 1:13:58 STO Breakout Session 2: Wrangling Complexity (DARPA

    STO Breakout Session 2: Wrangling Complexity (DARPA

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    "Wrangling Complexity: Designing Systems that Work" was a breakout session at DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum. It was hosted by DARPA's Strategic Technology Office and moderated by Nan Mattai, senior vice president of engineering and technology at Rockwell Co

  • 1:10:51 MTO Breakout Session 2: Technology By The People, For The People -- Spectrum (DARPA

    MTO Breakout Session 2: Technology By The People, For The People -- Spectrum (DARPA

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    "Technology by the People, for the People: Building communities to eliminate barriers to technology" was a breakout session at DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum. It was hosted by DARPA's Microsystems Technology Office and moderated by Tom Kalil, Deputy Director

  • 1:20:37 I2O Breakout Session 2: AI Ascendant (DARPA

    I2O Breakout Session 2: AI Ascendant (DARPA

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    "AI Ascendant: Designing AIs to do the right thing" was a breakout session at DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum. It was hosted by DARPA's Information Innovation Office, and moderated by The New York Times' Steve Lohr. Participants included Trevor Darrell, Tom D

  • 1:15:43 I2O Breakout Session 1: AI Ascendant (DARPA

    I2O Breakout Session 1: AI Ascendant (DARPA

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    "AI Ascendant: Designing AIs to do the right thing" was a breakout session at DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum. It was hosted by DARPA's Information Innovation Office, and moderated by The New York Times' Steve Lohr. Participants included Trevor Darrell, Tom D

  • 1:13:55 DSO Breakout Session 2: Science, Disrupted (DARPA

    DSO Breakout Session 2: Science, Disrupted (DARPA

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    "Science, Disrupted: Beyond the limits of intuition, computation, and measurement" was a breakout session at DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum. It was hosted by DARPA's Defense Sciences Office and moderated by Ivan Amato. Advances in physical sensing, leaps in

  • 1:16:45 DSO Breakout Session 1: Science, Disrupted (DARPA

    DSO Breakout Session 1: Science, Disrupted (DARPA

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    "Science, Disrupted: Beyond the limits of intuition, computation, and measurement" was a breakout session at DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum. It was hosted by DARPA's Defense Sciences Office and moderated by Ivan Amato. Advances in physical sensing, leaps in

  • 02:59 Understanding DARPA's Mission

    Understanding DARPA's Mission

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    The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is the division of the U.S. Department of Defense charged with pushing technological boundaries and developing breakthrough technologies to support national security. DARPA Director Arati Prabhakar exp

  • 02:10 Towed Airborne Lift Of Naval Systems (TALONS) Prototype Demonstration

    Towed Airborne Lift Of Naval Systems (TALONS) Prototype Demonstration

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    DARPA’s Towed Airborne Lift of Naval Systems (TALONS) research effort recently demonstrated a prototype of a low-cost, fully automated parafoil system designed to extend maritime vessels’ long-distance communications and improve their domain awareness. To

  • 14:00 Why It Matters: Precision Guided Weapons -- A Gulf War Revolution (DARPA's

    Why It Matters: Precision Guided Weapons -- A Gulf War Revolution (DARPA's

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    The "Why It Matters" portion of DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum explored the many facets of national security in discussions with people who have served on the front lines. In this video, Mr. Dale Waters, director of DARPA's Adaptive Execution Office and a re

  • 09:23 Why It Matters: Artillery Combat Operations In A Trackless Desert (DARPA's

    Why It Matters: Artillery Combat Operations In A Trackless Desert (DARPA's

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    The "Why It Matters" portion of DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum explored the many facets of national security in discussions with people who have served on the front lines. In this video, Mr. Glenn Ayers, a division chief in DARPA's Adaptive Execution Office

  • 12:08 Why It Matters: Into Afghanistan, October 2001 (DARPA's

    Why It Matters: Into Afghanistan, October 2001 (DARPA's

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    The "Why It Matters" portion of DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum explored the many facets of national security in discussions with people who have served on the front lines. In this video, Col. Lee Rudacille, DARPA's Army liaison, discusses his experience as a

  • 11:37 Why It Matters: Thwarting Pirates Off The Coast Of Somalia (DARPA's

    Why It Matters: Thwarting Pirates Off The Coast Of Somalia (DARPA's

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    The "Why It Matters" portion of DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum explored the many facets of national security in discussions with people who have served on the front lines. In this video, Capt. Rich Field, DARPA's Navy liaison, discusses his experiences in 20

  • 10:48 Why It Matters: Turning The Tables On Human Traffickers (DARPA's

    Why It Matters: Turning The Tables On Human Traffickers (DARPA's

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    The "Why It Matters" portion of DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum explored the many facets of national security in discussions with people who have served on the front lines. In this video, Mr. John Temple, chief of the Human Trafficking Response Unit, New York

  • 18:00 Why It Matters: Saving Lives, Restoring The Ability To Serve (DARPA's

    Why It Matters: Saving Lives, Restoring The Ability To Serve (DARPA's

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    The "Why It Matters" portion of DARPA's "Wait, What?" forum explored the many facets of national security in discussions with people who have served on the front lines. In this video, U.S. Army Maj. Kenny Dwyer, executive officer for the 1st Special Warfa

  • 07:36 The DARPA Robotics Challenge Program: 2012-2015

    The DARPA Robotics Challenge Program: 2012-2015

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    DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC) Program Manager Gill Pratt and Tactical Technology Office Director Brad Tousley recap the DRC, highlighting near-term accomplishments and long-term legacies in the field of robotics and the mission of disaster response. For

  • 02:02 Persistent Close Air Support (PCAS)

    Persistent Close Air Support (PCAS)

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    DARPA's Persistent Close Air Support (PCAS) program envisions more precise, prompt and easy air-ground coordination for close air support—delivery of airborne munitions to support ground forces—and other missions under stressful operational conditions and

  • 27:14 In The Fight A Production Of Tactical Tech TV

    In The Fight A Production Of Tactical Tech TV

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    In The Fight a production of Tactical Tech TV On this episode, U.S. military training Afghan Forces both in the classroom and on the ground, we find out what it takes to get National Guard Special Forces members to their missions, Exercise Furious Talon a

  • 05:02 P & S Nutrition On Tactical Tech TV

    P & S Nutrition On Tactical Tech TV

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    P & S Nutrition as showcased on the television show Tactical Tech TV. Filmed on-location at COPS West 2014 in Los Angeles.

  • 01:13 SECRET MILITARY XBOX CONTROLLER

    SECRET MILITARY XBOX CONTROLLER

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  • 07:03 Popular Modern Russian Weapons, Army, Navy, Air Force.

    Modern Russian Weapons, Army, Navy, Air Force.

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    Some weapons shown in this video are under development and will be on service in future.Their specifications shown in this video might change. This video include new and upcoming weapons of Russian army, navy ,air force. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Sectio

  • 16:29 Modern Weapons Of China. Chinese Army, Navy, Air Force.

    Modern Weapons Of China. Chinese Army, Navy, Air Force.

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    Modern weapons of Chinese army, navy and air force.Chinese military most feared weapons. Also includes secret projects. This video includes: Aicrafts: 1 JH-7A 2 J-10A 3 J-10B 4 J-15 5 J-16 6 J-18 7 J-20 8 J-31 Drones: 1 Xianglong UAV 2 Lijan Stealth drone

  • 16:09 Popular Dr. Justin Sanchez: Brain-Machine Symbiosis, DARPA BiT

    Dr. Justin Sanchez: Brain-Machine Symbiosis, DARPA BiT

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    Dr. Justin Sanchez, Program Manager in DARPA’s Biological Technologies Office (BTO), discusses how next-generation neural interfaces might open up whole new dynamics of humans and machines working together. The talk was part of a two-day event held by BTO