Navy Dares Top Coders to "Hack the Sky" [video]
Naval Postgraduate School
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NPS, the Navy's Office of Strategy and Innovation, and Defense Innovation Unit Experimental brought together nearly 150 of Silicon Valley’s best coders, hackers and all around cyber experts at warehouse-turned-innovation hub Galvanize in the heart of San Francisco, California. Their charge was to hack into the code controlling NPS' fleet of autonomous swarming drones.
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