DARPA wants to exploit the power of the internet of things to help the U.S. dominate battlefields.

The Defense Advance Research Projects Agency will fund the development of sensors and artificial intelligence systems that could help break into, extract, and analyze information from enemy devices and communication systems.

The components and systems will arm the U.S. with more data to analyze enemy moves and strategy. Information is king in wars, and DARPA wants to develop technology that can break into enemy systems.

“They are talking about going into any situation and extracting information at any time, [with] artificial intelligence systems that can attack and hack any network,” said Jim McGregor, principal analyst at Tirias Research.

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DARPA sees IoT and AI as weapons to dominate wars