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This new Russian rifle is designed for combat beneath the waves
The weapon works both on land and underwater, a dual-purpose device for a rare type of fighting.
How do you make AI trustworthy? Here’s the Pentagon’s plan.
The Department of Defense wants to scale up how it uses artificial intelligence, and it wants everyone to be able to trust those algorithms.
This drone can detect human screams. What could go wrong?
The research is intended for search and rescue applications. But tech like this has potential for abuse.
Wearable sensors may one day sniff out chemical weapons for soldiers
These small devices will alert troops about deadly compounds, be light enough to wear, and form a large, connected network.
A Texas town approved an AI-powered sentry tower for border security
The military-style structure has also found use by the Marines.
DARPA’s Gremlin drones could be reloaded while airborne
Catching a drone in the sky with another aircraft is tricky, but the military is trying again this fall.
These multi-tasking machines can roll across the ground—or fly through the air
Meet the Pegasus family of drones.
The Pentagon wants a bazooka that can take down drones
The Department of Defense is planning to test out soldier-carried anti-drone weapons in September.
The Army’s launching drones from dune buggies. Here’s why.
The future is starting to look a little more like a G.I. Joe scene.
Watch this French laser zap drones out of the sky
The system is one way for militaries and others to deal with rogue drones. Pew, pew!