The United States’ post-Cold War military superiority is eroding. Having witnessed U.S. military operations for the past three decades, our potential adversaries have realized that our … Read the rest
(Editor’s Note: The Mad Scientist Laboratory is pleased to present the following, our inaugural guest blog post by Mr. Pat Filbert! If you are interested … Read the rest
The nature of war remains inherently humanistic and largely unchanging. That said, Mad Scientists must understand the changing character of warfare in the future Operational Environment, … Read the rest
“Control leads to compliance; autonomy leads to engagement.” – Daniel H. Pink
During the Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & Autonomy Conference, Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), … Read the rest
The future of warfare, much like the future of commerce, will be personalized.
Emerging threat capabilities targeting the genome; manipulating individual’s personal interests, lives, and … Read the rest