In this short piece in SIGNAL Magazine I make the case for the value of historical analysis as preparation for innovation. Look to history for lessons learned and approaches to problem-solving. From this approach, you can avoid common pitfalls, discover patterns for successful problem-solving, and empathy for the endurance required for success as an innovator.
In the Cyber Domain, organizations need the means to rapidly identify emerging threats, immediately respond to mitigate risk, and systematically learn from these encounters—just as the immune system responds to a virus. The following article in SIGNAL Magazine examines the importance of cyber intelligence fusion.
The Defense Department’s investments in a transition to cloud services has each of the Services examining the costs and benefits of transition. As each military service rolls out new cloud capabilities, however, they may find that simply building these solutions will not attract organizations to use them. The following short piece in SIGNAL Magazine considers … More If You Build It, They May Not Come – The Cloud in the DoD
The arrival of viable nano-technologies is enabling engineers to build at the smallest of scales. New materials are no longer limited by what the planet provides but by the ability to build at the nano-scale. The following thought piece in SIGNAL Magazine discusses these developments and impacts for military communicators.
To understand how to bridge tactical and strategic networks, begin by understanding who owns the risk. The following article in SIGNAL Magazine discusses four steps to approaching tactical and strategic network integration.
As the U.S. Defense Department considers the increased use of unmanned systems and robots the time is ripe to discuss both the opportunities and challenges these autonomous systems present. The following article in SIGNAL magazine provides some analysis.
When you look back at your contributions throughout your career what will matter most to you? What will be your legacy and how will you achieve it? I explore this topic on From the Green Notebook. Take a read and share your thoughts!
Next addition to the conversation on AI and unmanned systems on future warfare at Army Magazine. Unmanned Outlook: Autonomous Systems Promise Both Strengths, Weaknesses
The time has come for the Army to consider the impact that artificial intelligence and unmanned systems will have on its operating environment and determine how best to adapt and apply these advancements. The following article, published in Army Magazine, delves into this discussion and offers a few start points for policy makers and military … More Meet Your New Battle Buddy: Soldiers Will Pair With Smart Machines to Fight Future Battles
Managing machines that learn is not just a problem for computer scientists anymore. Corporations, governments, and militaries are looking for where to start their journey with these emerging capabilities. If interested on where to begin please find a short piece I wrote featured in SIGNAL Magazine.