All Seeing Sensors – It’s About the Data, Stupid

The Age of The Internet of Things (IOT) is officially upon us. As more devices begin to relay information about our behaviors back to various data warehouses, it’s becoming increasingly clear that this glut of data will offer many opportunities for analysis. More analysis should lead to better understanding and improved applications of this knowledge. … More All Seeing Sensors – It’s About the Data, Stupid

Three Things Every Leader Should Understand About Creativity and Innovation

Much of one’s existence consists of a continuous effort to adapt. This is a basic survival principle. We learn, we discover, we change all in an effort to adjust to our environments and our changing desires. Organizations do the same – some better than others. As varied as the daily churn of many groups may … More Three Things Every Leader Should Understand About Creativity and Innovation

Body Cameras in the Military – A Challenging but Perhaps Necessary Technology

For government agencies, like the military and the police that depend on maintaining the trust of the public and experience profound litigious scrutiny over their conduct during violent encounters, the use of cameras and sensors to record their actions may no longer be an option – but something mandated. Body-Mounted Cameras and the Police On … More Body Cameras in the Military – A Challenging but Perhaps Necessary Technology

Harvesting the Power Around Us – Nikola Labs Game Changing Tech

Nikola Tesla, the father of AC electricity, pioneered the use of induction motors and electricity over wires. He also theorized and demonstrated the potential to transmit electrical power wirelessly – leading to a revolution in the development and use of radio transmissions. Now, a century after his discoveries, a commercially viable means of harvesting the ubiquitous resonant energy … More Harvesting the Power Around Us – Nikola Labs Game Changing Tech

Mankind and Information Revolutions – Past * Present * Future

When did this all start? When did we begin outsourcing our long-term memories to Wikipedia and our rolodex to LinkedIn? When did we start to trust the Drudge Report over the NBC Nightly news? When did reinventing one’s identity change from leaving the farm and heading to the city – to changing Facebook profiles and … More Mankind and Information Revolutions – Past * Present * Future

Seven Use Cases for Augmented Realty in the Military

Microsoft HoloLens is the first large scale commercial move for augmented reality technology. If you have not seen their promotional videos you should watch the following before you continue reading: Though Google Glasses may be dead or on hold, Microsoft is not alone in trying to get a product to market. Sony as well is … More Seven Use Cases for Augmented Realty in the Military

Counseling Counselors

In a recent Twitter conversation started by #CCLKOW on the topic of Developing Competent Leaders Through Feedback and Performance Assessment the author Jonathan Silk leaves the following question for discussion: How do you train counseling for both positive and negative performance? One place to look for an answer to this question is the large body … More Counseling Counselors

Command and Control of Killer Robots

With the explosive growth in drone technologies over the past decade a growing debate has stirred regarding autonomous systems. This past week a conference to discuss the role of lethal autonomous systems was held in Geneva. Many organizations, such as Human Rights Watch, believe that autonomous systems with lethal capabilities raise legal and ethical concerns. … More Command and Control of Killer Robots