“I think we’re in the midst of what we would call a revolution in military affairs when it comes to this technology.”
[Editor’s Note: Army Mad Scientist continues to explore issues impacting the Operational Environment, especially those directly affecting … Read the rest
[Editor’s Note: As proclaimed Mad Scientist COL Scott Shaw, former Commander, U.S. Army Asymmetric Warfare Group, observed previously on this blog site, “The use of UAS for reconnaissance and targeting will increase. As these systems proliferate, … Read the rest
Gene editing could play a significant role in the execution of China’s Intelligentized warfare concept by enabling the country to create genetically modified soldiers with enhanced physical and cognitive abilities.
[Editor’s Note: The Army’s Mad Scientist Laboratory is pleased … Read the rest
“What are the implications when you have your own customized, autonomous network of smart brains?”
[Editor’s Note: Mad Scientist is an Army initiative and Community of Action that continually explores the Operational Environment and the changing character of warfare. … Read the rest
[Editor’s Note: Army Mad Scientist teamed with the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy (SGM-A) at Ft. Bliss, Texas, in executing their annual writing contest for the fourth year in a row. Mad Scientist Laboratory is pleased to feature the … Read the rest