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DARPA budget proposes new cyber, machine-learning projects

June 08, 2017 |
Justin Doubleday
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The Defense Department's advanced research wing is seeking funds for several new projects in fiscal year 2018, including three cybersecurity programs and a pair of novel machine-learning efforts. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is seeking a budget of $3.1 billion in FY-18, an increase of nearly $200 million above the FY-17 request, according to budget justification documents. DOD's budget overview states DARPA's budget is geared toward developing "technologies for revolutionary, high-payoff military capabilities." The agency's budget includes $18 million...

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