DARPA 'emphasizing execution,' using other transactions in pursuit of $2B AI Next advances

March 8, 2019 at 10:47 AM
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is seeking to quickly pursue advances in artificial intelligence through 90-day competitions for other transaction agreements as part of its $2 billion AI Next campaign. DARPA is expected to unveil a plan in the Pentagon's fiscal year 2020 budget request to pour $2 billion into AI research and development over the next five years, according to officials presenting at an "AI Colloquium" in Alexandria, VA, this week. The agency has at least 80 AI...

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