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The Global Frequency

14 October 2018 | Curated by Matt Devost

Human+ machine integration a concern for DIA. (Read More)

A debate we will continue to have in coming years.  Can an AI achieve legal personhood status?  (Read More)

In a world in which norms are quickly diminishing, the Saudi's may have assassinated a dissident journalist. (Read More)

And China arrests the head of Interpol. (Read More)

Amazon scraps an AI tool over algorithm bias. (Read More)

History repeats.  This reporting could have been based upon my 1997 Coalition Vulnerability Assessment Team findings. (Read More)

A week later and we still don't have ground truth on the Bloomberg story, but universal acknowledgement that supply chain risks are real. (Read More)

Answer a video call, get your WhatsApp hacked. (Read More)

Another DARPA AI initiative.  This one around teaching AI common sense. (Read More)

Something I am trying to learn more about.  Adversarial learning  meets graph-based neural networks. (Learn More)

Fact or Fiction:
I have seen the future of war and we are fighting it yesterday.  

In a world were even experts well versed in information warfare, influence operations, and PSYOPs are scratching their head, "LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media" by P. W. Singer and Emerson T. Brooking brings much needed context to the issue.  This book is an incredible accessible, historically accurate, and insightful analysis of the role social media is playing in politics, conflict, and culture.  There aren't many books that I designate as "must read", but this is certainly one of them. (Amazon Link)

Quote of the Week:

"It sounds a dreadful thing to say, but these are things that don’t necessarily need to be true as long as they’re believed." — Alexander Nix

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