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Nov 23, 2023

DARPA — robots and technologies for the future management of advanced US research | PRO Robots

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Nov 23, 2023

Canada — NATO Innovation Challenge Fall 2021: Cognitive Warfare

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Are you a startup, an academic team or a SME working on a solution to secure the cognitive domain from attacks aimed at manipulating human behaviour and sow…

Nov 23, 2023

Newport Lecture Series: “Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Warfare” with Yvonne Masakowski

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Psychologist Yvonne R. Masakowski, Ph.D., a retired Associate Professor in the College of Leadership & Ethics at the USNWC, discusses the threat of psychological warfare in the 21st century and the disturbing possibilities that could shape how we think and act in the future. The Naval War College Foundation hosted this wide-ranging presentation — one of the most popular in our series — on February 23, 2022.

Nov 23, 2023

Cognitive Warfare — The Fight for your Heart and Mind

Posted by in categories: military, neuroscience

In his new video, Colonel Markus Reisner explains how both Russia and Ukraine are trying to use propaganda to influence the minds of western populations. He shows that in addition to the traditional domains of war, the cyber domain and the information domain are playing an increasingly important role today.

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Nov 22, 2023

Why North Korea may use nuclear weapons first, and why current US policy toward Pyongyang is unsustainable

Posted by in categories: existential risks, military, nuclear energy, policy

I suggest two responses to this difficult challenge for the United States and its allies: At the time of attack, the allies should respond with nonnuclear retaliation as long as politically feasible, in order to prevent further nuclear escalation. However, this will be difficult given the likely post-strike panic and hysteria. So, in preparation, the US should deconcentrate its northeast Asian conventional footprint, to reduce North Korean opportunities to engage in nuclear blackmail regarding regional American clusters of military equipment and personnel, and to reduce potential US casualties and consequent massive retaliation pressures if North Korea does launch a nuclear attack.

North Korean first-use incentives. The incentives for North Korea to use nuclear weapons first in a major conflict are powerful:

Operationally, North Korea will likely have only a very short time window to use its weapons of mass destruction. The Americans will almost certainly try to immediately suppress Northern missiles. An imminent, massive US-South Korea disarming strike creates an extreme use-it-or-lose-it dilemma for Pyongyang. If Kim Jong-Un does not use his nuclear weapons at the start of hostilities, most will be destroyed a short time later by allied airpower, turning an inter-Korean conflict into a conventional war that the North will probably lose. Frighteningly, this may encourage Kim to also release his strategic nuclear weapons almost immediately after fighting begins.

Nov 21, 2023

Woman Controls a Fighter Jet Sim Using Only Her Mind

Posted by in categories: computing, military, neuroscience

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A brain-computer interface lets a quadriplegic woman pilot an F-35 flight simulator with the power of her mind alone.

Nov 21, 2023

AI and Military Leaders Gathered for Mysterious Event in Utah

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Last week, a group of AI and military leaders met in a secretive three-day retreat hosted at a luxury resort in the Utah mountains.

Nov 19, 2023

Nowhere to hide

Posted by in categories: existential risks, military

But the catastrophe will not be limited to those two belligerents and their allies.

The long-term regional and global effects of nuclear explosions have been overshadowed in public discussions by the horrific, obvious, local consequences of nuclear explosions. Military planners have also focused on the short-term effects of nuclear explosions because they are tasked with estimating the capabilities of nuclear forces on civilian and military targets. Blast, local radiation fallout, and electromagnetic pulse (an intense burst of radio waves that can damage electronic equipment) are all desired outcomes of the use of nuclear weapons—from a military perspective.

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Nov 19, 2023

Nuclear Bomb Maps Show Impact of Russia, China, U.S. Weapons

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Russia and China have both recently developed intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of dropping several nuclear bombs at once.

Nov 17, 2023

SpaceX’s Starshield means Starlink has become a juggernaut

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Starshield is SpaceX’s Starlink version made for the military.

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