The range of challenges in urban environments is broad. The enemy defender generally has the advantage. To take back the initiative, the Army should deploy current drone technologies to empower soldiers to address some of the fundamental challenges of urban warfare.
The U.S. intelligence community has long considered its mission as the gatherer of secrets. But sometimes insights are hiding in plain sight among tweets, blog posts, online videos, newspaper articles, academic journals and public records. Leveraging such open source information can greatly enhance our understanding of the world and critical events with national security implications.
China recently announced the launch of its Jinan Project, a quantum information effort billed as “the world’s first unhackable computer network.”
There has been growing discussion about the importance of open source information – both in terms of the power and potential of creating and disseminating news and narratives worldwide, whether genuine or fake, and for the pressing need to evolve the open source intelligence (OSINT) discipline. “Devaluing OSINT has become a more significant problem as Russia … Continue reading “Open Source Information: Info Ops’ Untapped Weapon”
Can open source information meet most of the knowledge needs of the United States?
Moscow-based NTechlab won two categories of IARPA’s facial recognition challenge.
Theoretical ideas appear to be on the brink of spurring a revolution in quantum technologies, with massive implications.