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This article is part of ReadWrite Future Tech, an annual series where we explore how technologies that will shape our lives in the years and decades to come are grounded in the innovation and research of today.

In 1991, the United States Defense Advanced Research Project Agency, the research arm of the Pentagon, reorganized its priorities. Part of that reorganization meant much of the funding the agency had provided for projects like artificial intelligence and deep neural networks was pulled.

It may have been the best and worst thing to ever happen to the field of artificial intelligence.

Library@NYP‘s insight:

Today’s technological world can be credited to the many innovations which researchers took many  years to  develop – be it smartphones, tablets,  sensors, 3D gaming, wireless networks, and so on. In this interesting article, you can learn about the Four Quadrant model of technological research that many organizations have used in their innovations and research journey.

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