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  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    March 2023

    Ukraine A Living Lab for AI Warfare

    By Robin Fontes and Dr Jorrit Kamminga
    Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, much debate has centered on whether the conflict represents conventional warfare or some revolutionary type of contest.
  • Cyber

    March 2021

    JUST IN: Pentagon's Joint AI Center Director Urges Faster Adoption of Technology

    By Mandy Mayfield
    The Defense Department needs to start implementing artificial intelligence technologies that exist now to keep pace with great power competitors such as China, the director of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center said March 23.
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    March 2021

    JUST IN: Mumbai Incident Spotlights China's Cyber Capabilities

    By Meredith Roaten
    Following cyberattacks targeting India’s power grid that have been widely attributed to China, a former Cyber Command leader said Beijing has been emboldened in the domain.
  • Cybersecurity

    June 2018

    CNO Richardson Addresses Suspected Chinese Cybersecurity Breach

    By Yasmin Tadjdeh
    The Defense Department is assessing the damage caused by a suspected Chinese breach into a Navy contractor’s network that may have exposed reams of sensitive data, officials said June 14.
  • Defense Department

    February 2000

    Rules of Cyber War Baffle U.S. Government Agencies

    By John Stanton
    Current and future actions by governments around the world in response to attacks on their computer systems are being watched closely by experts and policy makers. In the United States, particularly, these developments will become part of what could be a national policy for fighting the so-called cyber wars.
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