DARPA’s Information Innovation Office Seeks New Research Ideas


The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's Information Innovation Office has issued a broad agency announcement seeking information technology research topics that are not covered under current I2O projects.

The office organizations its programs into four thrust areas, namely proficient artificial intelligence; advantage in cyber operations; confidence in the information domain; and resilient, adaptable and secure systems.

According to the BAA notice, I2O may also consider ideas outside those categories if interested parties propose novel software“based platforms that have the potential to help U.S. and allied forces gain a “decisive information advantage.“

DARPA will accept proposals through Oct. 28, 2021.

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Written by Matthew Nelson

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