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THE FUTURE CHARACTER OF INFORMATION IN STRATEGY: FORGED BY COGNITION AND TECHNOLOGY  By Nicholas D. Wright

The basic cognitive nature of how human brains process information hasn’t changed for millennia, including how we use information in strategy. Information is crucial for strategy aimed at others, whether that is outwitting adversaries or cooperating with allies. And even a superb strategy must be conveyed to one’s own people. Humans remain central. But drivers like technology change the character of communication, societies and how we use information in strategy. This report examines ...Read more >

58 Pages
1.10 MB
BITWHISPER: COVERT SIGNALING CHANNEL BETWEEN AIR-GAPPED COMPUTERS USING THERMAL MANIPULATIONS  By Mordechai Guri et al

It has been assumed that the physical separation (air-gap) of computers provides a reliable level of security, such that should two adjacent computers become compromised, the covert exchange of data between them would be ...Read more >

13 Pages
1.02 MB
THE FUTURE OF WEAPONIZED UNMANNED SYSTEMS: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES  By Takaaki Asano

In recent years, challenges concerning the use of weaponized unmanned systems (WUS)1 airborne, seaborne or on the ground have taken the world stage in political and military planning efforts.... ...Read more >

32 Pages
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FRAMING THE BIG DATA ETHICS DEBATE FOR THE MILITARY  By Karl F. Schneider, David S. Lyle, and Francis X. Murphy

Big data is everywhere these days. It shows up in many realms of contemporary life, ranging from how people are guided to potential purchases as they shop online, to how political campaigns win ...Read more >

8 Pages
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FIVE EXAMPLES OF BIG DATA ANALYTICS AND THE FUTURE OF ISR  By Jon A. Kimminau

When we talk about U.S. Air Force intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance in 2023, we often depict it graphically as beginning with a global array of sensors that produces a variety of data absorbed in a ...Read more >

2 Pages
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THE QUANTUM LEAP INTO COMPUTING AND COMMUNICATION  By Cindy Hurst

A nations success in military operations often rises and falls on the basis of how well it communicates. When a nation does not secure its communications effectively, its enemies intercept and read its ...Read more >

7 Pages
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THE ARRIVAL OF THE NETWORK ARMIES  By Thomas Brannon

Industry and government in the United States are addressing the task of dealing with ICT (Information and Communications Technologies) and its primary attribute, the Internet. ...Read more >

24 Pages
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AFSPC LONG -TERM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGES  

Space and Cyberspace capabilities are critical to national security and joint operations. AFSPC must guide S & T activities towards technologies that enable development and ...Read more >

5 Pages
2.44 MB
ANTI-TECHNOLOGY - SHAPING THE 21ST CENTURY BATTLEFILD  By Lt Gen Davinder Kumar

Inherent in the existence and functioning of this Universe is Duality in all aspects whether, Moral (Benevolent and the malignant), Ontological (Yin and Yang), ...Read more >

3 Pages
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TRAINING STUDENTS TO EXTRACT VALUE FROM BIG DATA: SUMMARY OF A WORKSHOP   

Data setswhether in science and engineering, economics, health care, public policy, or businesshave been growing rapidly the recent National Research Council report Frontiers in Massive Data Analysis documented the rise of big data, ...Read more >

67 Pages
1.03 MB
SPACE ALERT  By By Narayan Prasad

Starting from the early sixties, India has pursued a model of continued investment in the nations space programme which has gained tremendous momentum in the past ...Read more >

14 Pages
711.69 KB
FORCE MULTIPLYING TECHNOLOGIES FOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT TO MILITARY OPERATIONS  

The mission of the United States Army is to fight and win our nations wars by providing prompt, sustained land dominance across the full range of military operations and spectrum of conflict in support of combatant ...Read more >

231 Pages
9.28 MB
ROBOTS ON THE BATTLEFIELD  By Ronan Doare

When historians turn their gaze on the questions of defense in this first half of the 21st century, they will observe that military robots brought in something brand new to the world of ...Read more >

301 Pages
3.17 MB
TALKING TECHNOLOGY : BEST PRACTICES IN COMMUNICATING ABOUT SCIENCE  By Maren Leed

In recent months, Department of Defense leaders have raised increasing concerns about the potential for the United States to lose its comparative advantage in multiple technology areas. ...Read more >

26 Pages
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BIG DATA  By ROBERT K. ACKERMAN

TECHNOLOGY INNOVATIONS, new roles and expanding missions are shaping the move toward big data in the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. A mix of tradecra and technology is ensuing as the agency evolves from an organization ...Read more >

28 Pages
3.26 MB
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