Sunday, March 11, 2007

DARPA Q&A

Here's a little Q&A with DARPA Director Tony Tether from WIRED magazine I found interesting:

What future technologies worry you? Quantum computing. If someone else, an enemy, got ahold of that, it would be a real technological surprise.

That concerns you more than biological weapons? The biological is more worrisome because it’s potentially more near-term. But the quantum computer will be really revolutionary.

By working on it, though, aren’t you potentially giving it to them? That’s always a worry, isn’t it? In some cases, when we have a technology that we don’t want to teach the world how to create, we put controls on it.

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