How DARPA's I2O finds innovation on the edge

2015. október 10. 13:27

Brian Pierce
Federal Times
Brian Pierce, deputy director of DARPA's Information Innovation office (I2O) talks about the toughest problems in cyberspace.

There is so much data out there, in the context of the worldwide information ecosystem. There is now about 44,000 exabytes. It is a lot of stuff. Five exabytes is considered to be roughly all the words ever spoken by humanity stored as text. That is just five exabytes of this 44,000. We are very interested in how you help the human user be able to take advantage of this data, yet sift out the proverbial chaff and obtain the wheat.

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