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Regina E. Dugan

Geburtstag: 19. März 1963

Regina E. Dugan ist eine US-amerikanische Wissenschaftlerin und Geschäftsfrau. Sie war von 2009 bis 2011 Direktorin der Forschungsgruppe des amerikanischen Verteidigungsministeriums, der DARPA, wechselte anschließend zu Google. Im April 2016 wurde ihr Wechsel zu Facebook bekannt. Wikipedia

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„Science is art. It is the process of creating something that never exists before. … It makes us ask new questions about ourselves, others; about ethics, the future.“

—  Regina E. Dugan

As quoted in Virginia Tech Magazine (Summer 2013) by Denise Young; also in Digital Da Vinci: Computers in the Arts and Sciences (2014) by Newton Lee

„The future will be what we choose to build.“

—  Regina E. Dugan

"The Future is What We Choose to Make", World Maker Faire, New York (September 2013) http://fora.tv/2013/09/21/the_future_is_what_we_choose_to_make
Kontext: We want to make things. We want to make things with our hands. We crave it. It sparks something in us, feeds our urge to create. That's why were here.
The future will be what we choose to build. We choose to build what we believe in. It's always been that way. A small group of people choose to believe in something, and then they make it so. In that order. They choose to believe in something, and then they make it so. That's the power of makers — the power to choose a new future, by believing, and making.

„Over the past 50 years, the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has produced an unparalleled number of breakthroughs. Arguably, it has the longest-standing, most consistent track record of radical invention in history.“

—  Regina E. Dugan

“Special Forces” Innovation: How DARPA Attacks Problems (2013)
Kontext: Over the past 50 years, the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has produced an unparalleled number of breakthroughs. Arguably, it has the longest-standing, most consistent track record of radical invention in history. Its innovations include the internet; RISC computing; global positioning satellites; stealth technology; unmanned aerial vehicles, or “drones”; and micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), which are now used in everything from air bags to ink-jet printers to video games like the Wii. Though the U. S. military was the original customer for DARPA’s applications, the agency’s advances have played a central role in creating a host of multibillion-dollar industries.
What makes DARPA’s long list of accomplishments even more impressive is the agency’s swiftness, relatively tiny organization, and comparatively modest budget. Its programs last, on average, only three to five years.

„It's always been that way. A small group of people choose to believe in something, and then they make it so. In that order.“

—  Regina E. Dugan

"The Future is What We Choose to Make", World Maker Faire, New York (September 2013) http://fora.tv/2013/09/21/the_future_is_what_we_choose_to_make
Kontext: We want to make things. We want to make things with our hands. We crave it. It sparks something in us, feeds our urge to create. That's why were here.
The future will be what we choose to build. We choose to build what we believe in. It's always been that way. A small group of people choose to believe in something, and then they make it so. In that order. They choose to believe in something, and then they make it so. That's the power of makers — the power to choose a new future, by believing, and making.

„To increase the speed of innovation here, we want to increase the number of people who can contribute ideas to the creative process.“

—  Regina E. Dugan

Fast Company interview (2011)
Kontext: To increase the speed of innovation here, we want to increase the number of people who can contribute ideas to the creative process. … We structure programs so that we can have diversity of involvement from universities to small businesses to large businesses to garage inventors. You're looking for the maximum number of folks who can contribute ideas to the process. So we're trying to catalyze and grab the best ideas no matter where they come from, leveraging the most modern concepts of crowdsourcing and harnessing creative power. Look at the semiconductor industry. Those companies could only keep up with Moore's law by going from hundreds of chip designers focused on eking out every last electron, to hundreds of thousands of designers throughout the industry who could excel at various pieces of the design. When you open up the process like that, the number of people and the diversity of people who can participate goes way up.

„The path to truly new, never-been-done-before things always has failure along the way … It’s supposed to be hard.“

—  Regina E. Dugan

As quoted in "The CNN 10 : Thinkers" (2013) http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2013/10/tech/cnn10-thinkers/
Kontext: The path to truly new, never-been-done-before things always has failure along the way … It’s supposed to be hard. … Solving the problem must matter. It must instill a sense of urgency … And that urgency cannot be created in the abstract; it has to be real to inspire greater genius.

„Its programs last, on average, only three to five years.“

—  Regina E. Dugan

“Special Forces” Innovation: How DARPA Attacks Problems (2013)
Kontext: Over the past 50 years, the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has produced an unparalleled number of breakthroughs. Arguably, it has the longest-standing, most consistent track record of radical invention in history. Its innovations include the internet; RISC computing; global positioning satellites; stealth technology; unmanned aerial vehicles, or “drones”; and micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), which are now used in everything from air bags to ink-jet printers to video games like the Wii. Though the U. S. military was the original customer for DARPA’s applications, the agency’s advances have played a central role in creating a host of multibillion-dollar industries.
What makes DARPA’s long list of accomplishments even more impressive is the agency’s swiftness, relatively tiny organization, and comparatively modest budget. Its programs last, on average, only three to five years.

„Its founding mission was simple: "to prevent and create strategic surprise.”“

—  Regina E. Dugan

“Special Forces” Innovation: How DARPA Attacks Problems (2013)
Kontext: DARPA was created in 1958, shortly after the Soviet Union launched Sputnik, the first man-made satellite to reach space, sparking a national crisis in the United States. Concern that the Russians had achieved technological superiority led to the formation of the agency. Its founding mission was simple: "to prevent and create strategic surprise.”

„I do think that speed is part of the innovation process. If ideas aren't built on with a sense of urgency, time can pass you by.
This isn't just a problem for the government. It's a problem for everyone: The difficulty of making new ideas broadly available.“

—  Regina E. Dugan

Fast Company interview (2011)
Kontext: I do think that speed is part of the innovation process. If ideas aren't built on with a sense of urgency, time can pass you by.
This isn't just a problem for the government. It's a problem for everyone: The difficulty of making new ideas broadly available. And yet some ideas move quickly. Look at the progression of radio, television, the Internet, the iPod, Facebook. The acceleration in getting to millions of users has gone from 38 years to less than 4. That's something that we've paid a lot of attention to: How do we increase the speed at DARPA?

„Scientists and engineers changed the world.“

—  Regina E. Dugan

TED Talk, "From Mach-20 glider to Hummingbird Drone" (March 2012); also in Counterterrorism and Cybersecurity: Total Information Awareness (2013) by Newton Lee

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