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by John Bicknell and Martin Jetton   Arbitrage is a process for finding and capitalizing on system disparities or imbalances. Cognitive arbitrage identifies and capitalizes on opportunistic moments within systems based upon changes in human cognitive states. Complexity, the variety of system activities, and human cognition are fundamentally related. This article explains this relationship, provides...
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By Major Kara Masick On August 24, 2022, an “Unheard Voice” was heard around the world. It was the first open-source research ‘outing’ of its kind; Graphika and the Stanford Internet Observatory (SIO) produced a report on a covert pro-Western social media influence operation from datasets that Twitter and Meta removed for violating platform policies.[1]...
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  By Posey, Tofte, and Wheaton Joint warfighters can leverage wargaming to practice the art of influence Depending on your background, when someone mentions the word “wargame,” it may immediately conjure up thoughts of thumping your friends in a fiery and intense game of Battleship, or maybe it reminds you of epic World War II...
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By Paul Lieber and Janis Butkevics During Phoenix Challenge 23-2 (hosted by the Georgia Tech Research Institute in Atlanta GA), a prominent and common theme amongst its panels, keynote speeches and six working groups was the application of artificial intelligence (AI) to cognitive security. Universally, everyone present recognized the very real impact of both AI-generated...
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By John Fuisz Recently, Bud Light’s marketing partnership with transgender personality Dylan Mulvaney sparked controversy. In the immediate aftermath, some believed the post and the news cycle surrounding it would expand the consumer base of the brand. Others believed it a fatal error in judgment. The results are in: Anheuser-Busch’s in-store sales plummeted more than...
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  This is a rare opportunity.  This study was commissioned more than three years ago, yet here we are with a publication just issued by DoD in May 2023.  How did the Defense Science Board (DSB) do in projecting the future state of the world?  DSB Studies and the many studies produced both inside and...
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    By Ali Al Bataineh, Rachel Sickler, W. Travis Morris, and Kristen Pedersen   Introduction The advent of artificial intelligence (AI) has brought about significant changes across all sectors, including law enforcement (LE). In LE, it is used for facial recognition, crowd monitoring, and to inform crime prevention activities. As the technology’s accuracy and...
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