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The Human Factor
Lt. Gen. Clarence E. McKnight Jr.
Author and former head of the Signal Corps
We are placing far too much trust and reliance in technology. Despite all of our advances in artificial intelligence, the most powerful computer we know of is the human mind. But there is no system or technology that can eradicate the potential consequences of human error.
Tom Clancy, 'Full Force and Effect': A Talk With Mark Greaney
Author, "The Lovers' Tango"
Mark Greaney, co-author with the late Tom Clancy, of three previous Jack Ryan novels, now has written
Full Force and Effect
, a novel demonstrating prescience about world events.
Obama On Police Militarization: We Need To Make Sure They're Buying Stuff They Actually Need
WATCH: Robotic 'Pack Mule' Can Take On Any Terrain
Drones have their place, and in future wars might even become instrumental in massive assaults on enemy positions. Even so, a measured use of this technology should be the guiding rule by which a democracy abides.
The Next Generation of Drone Warfare Is Here
Eugene K. Chow
Former Executive Editor, Homeland Security NewsWire
Last week, two F-16s took off, broke the sound barrier, executed several complex maneuvers including barrel rolls and "Split S" rolls, and landed -- all without a pilot.
Military's New Donkey Robot Is Amazingly Smart And Strangely Adorable
7 Technologies That Will Make It Easier For The Next President To Hunt And Kill You
Religion and Technology in America
Scholar and author of several books, including , "Poison Sprin...
Garry Wills, professor of American history and author of
, says that the atomic and nuclear bomb remade the country into a National Security State fostering perpetual emergency, secrecy and war.
Are Drones Keeping Us in a Losing Cause Longer?
Writer, Professor, Retired Lt. Colonel, Air Force
Are they helping us to win wars, or are they essentially prolonging wars that are ultimately unwinnable? So far, it appears that drones aren't decisive. They're merely instrumental. They're instrumental in keeping us in a losing cause.
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7 Technologies the Military Made Possible (PHOTOS)
Education Director, Veterans United; Author, 'The Book on VA L...
WATCH: Scary 'Robo-Mule' Shows Tricks In Military Test
Pain Beams Among Weird Weapons Neuroscience May Bring To Warfare
WATCH: Self-Guided Bullet Hits Target Mile Away
WATCH: U.S. Navy Testing Fuel Cell Technology In Hawaii
Where Obama Should Invest Now
John Della Volpe
Director of Polling , Harvard University's Institute of Politi...
If the U.S. government selected 10 technology-based small businesses and gave each one $25 million, we could build the proper infrastructure to solve ten of the biggest problems facing our country today.
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GAO: Sensitive Military Technology Can Easily Be Shipped Overseas
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