The Hacking for Defense (H4D) Program transitions academic technologies from the lab to the marketplace and transitions emerging technology products into defense capabilities. The H4D Program leverages its deep defense networks to align cutting-edge technology and products with critical national security challenges. The H4D Program also serves as a forum for gathering government personnel (i.e. operators, engineers, researchers, and scientists), industry personnel (i.e., entrepreneurs, innovators, companies), and university academics to collaborate on solving the nation’s toughest challenges.
Big Data Analytics
Accessible Machine Learning for Misinformation and Influence Operation Analysis
Interactive Human-AI Teaming for AI Model Development, Debugging & Repair
Development of Multi-Functional Composite UAV Structures for Urban Operations
Portable Health Assessment Devices
ONR Science Advisor and DEVCOM HQ Visit Stanford Research Labs and Hacking for Defense Program
The Hacking for Defense (H4D) program transitions academic technologies from the lab to the marketplace and transitions emerging technology products into defense capabilities. As part of this work, the H4D team at Stanford University often meets with key members of the armed forces and government to facilitate learning, collaboration and focus on innovation.
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