If AI can produce human-equivalent writing-on-demand, does the pen (truly) become mightier than the sword in terms of its propaganda potential?
Will Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based hyperwar’s super-speed obsolete human intervention and control?
Should autonomous drones make the kill decision without a human in the loop? Should we ban autonomous nuclear weapons?
Will we need ai to defend against ai? Is that like an ai-dog chasing its ai-tail?
Should we consider Russia’s and China’s cyber-meddling in our affairs an act of war?
Degrees and kinds of war
The theory and conduct of war
- Tactics of land warfare
- Naval tactics
- Air tactics
- Guerilla warfare
- anti-surveillance: Electronic Frontier Foundation
- cold war: Bridge of Spies, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold by le Carré
- news & analysis: Schneier on Security
- phone spyware: Pegasus
- russian influence: The Great Hack
- social media: Messing with the Enemy by Watts
- survival: Click Here to Kill Everybody by Schneier
The consequences of war
- chaoas: Trump and His Generals Bergen
- classics: War and Peace Tolstoy, Seven Pillars of Wisdom Lawrence
- endless war: The Forever War Haldeman, A Nation Unmade by War Engelhardt
- ISIS/Al-Qaeda: Anatomy of Terror Soufan
- journalism: TomDispatch
- mercenaries & plausible deniability: The New Rules of War McFate
- Vietnam: The Fog of War McNamara
- weaponization of technology: The Pentagon’s Brain Jacobsen