Dorks Estate: ASU leads project with DARPA to create more efficient processing systems

Associate Professor Daniel Bliss leads project to create higher functioning computer processing systems

Technology is advancing every day, and with it a need for more powerful systems. As our needs and wants of the digital world expand, the ability for our systems to handle those requests must stay one step ahead. To do this, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is working with universities to develop new computing technology.

We sit down with Associate Professor of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering Daniel Bliss to discuss how ASU, in its collaboration with the DARPA Program, is working to create more powerful and capable processing systems. 


Reach the reporter at Griffin.Sandidge@asu.edu on Twitter @Revanator27.  

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