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UFOs, Secrets, and Signaling
May 19, 2021

UFOs, Secrets, and Signaling

By Jacob Parakilas
Are we being visited by aliens, or are we learning something about military secrecy?

Artificial Intelligence in a Natural Partnership: India and the UK
May 12, 2021

Artificial Intelligence in a Natural Partnership: India and the UK

By Ruchi Ghanshyam and Uday Nagaraju
Both countries have much to gain concretely from AI collaboration.
Are Augmented Humans the Future of War?
May 05, 2021

Are Augmented Humans the Future of War?

By Jacob Parakilas
It is easy to advocate an outright ban on “supersoldiers.” But augmentation has been around in one form or other for a long time – in life and war alike.

Robot Dogs to Have Their Day — on Florida Base
April 03, 2021

Robot Dogs to Have Their Day — on Florida Base

By Abhijnan Rej
The Tyndall Air Force Base inducted semi-autonomous robotic patrol dogs in base security role in the third week of March.

How Do You Measure a Revolution in Military Affairs?
February 11, 2021

How Do You Measure a Revolution in Military Affairs?

By Jacob Parakilas
Novel technologies hold out the prospect of fundamental changes in military effectiveness and strategy. The tricky part is understanding and communicating when those changes are coming.

Fiction and Consequences: War in Art and the Art of War
January 27, 2021

Fiction and Consequences: War in Art and the Art of War

By Jacob Parakilas
When it comes to depictions of the future of war, art doesn’t have to be particularly sophisticated to say something worth thinking about.

To Confront the Future, the US Congress Should Look to Its Past
January 22, 2021

To Confront the Future, the US Congress Should Look to Its Past

By Jacob Parakilas
Technology is playing a central role in the political challenges of our times. It is not only defense personnel and CEOs who need advice grounded in technological reality – legislators do as well.
India-Japan Cyber Cooperation: From Strength to Strength
January 21, 2021

India-Japan Cyber Cooperation: From Strength to Strength

By Prakash Panneerselvam
Both Tokyo and New Delhi share common concerns about China – including on cyberspace.

Militaries Are Planning for an Autonomous Revolution. What if the Tech Isn’t Up to It?
January 13, 2021

Militaries Are Planning for an Autonomous Revolution. What if the Tech Isn’t Up to It?

By Jacob Parakilas
The path to robust, reliable military autonomy is long and winding – with a lot of potential dead ends.

Pompeo Approves New State Department Tech Bureau
January 09, 2021

Pompeo Approves New State Department Tech Bureau

By Abhijnan Rej
A focus on new technologies as a key element of U.S. national security would likely be one of the few bright spots from Trump’s time in the White House.

Australia to Host Indo-Pacific Tech Summit in 2021
December 24, 2020

Australia to Host Indo-Pacific Tech Summit in 2021

By Abhijnan Rej
The inaugural edition of the Sydney Dialogue, to be held virtually in the second half of 2021, will have India as a core focus.
Artificial Intelligence for the Indo-Pacific: A Blueprint for 2030
November 27, 2020

Artificial Intelligence for the Indo-Pacific: A Blueprint for 2030

By Abhijnan Rej
Three AI-related technologies that could further the free, open, resilient, and inclusive character of the Indo-Pacific.

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