DARPA's Regina Dugan Will Join Google

DARPA's Regina Dugan Will Join Google

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Regina Dugan, director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, is leaving to take a role Google. We’d been working on this story independently and have confirmed it with Google, and Wired has it up as well. Dugan purveyed over all sorts of fantastical creations at DARPA, including testing hypersonic...
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