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    Jocko Willink: War, Leadership, and Discipline | Lex Fridman Podcast #197

    Jul 5, 2021

    Jocko Willink is a retired Navy SEAL, co-author of Extreme Ownership, and host of Jocko Podcast.


    0:00 - Introduction
    3:10 - The beauty and tragedy of war
    8:44 - Soviet Union in World War II
    15:03 - What makes a just war?
    28:39 - Jordan Peterson
    31:51 - Fear of death
    36:02 - Autonomous weapons systems
    47:37 - What makes a great leader?
    50:24 - Elon Musk - a leadership case study
    1:04:12 - Steve Jobs - a leadership case study
    1:14:24 - Sundar Pichai - a leadership case study
    1:21:24 - Young Jamie
    1:25:32 - Discipline
    1:28:24 - A day in the life of Jocko
    1:34:39 - Jiu Jitsu
    1:50:27 - Books

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    LENS 2021 | Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Warfighting

    Mar 5, 2021

    Prof. Rebecca Crootof, University of Richmond School of Law; member, Center for New American Security's Task Force on Artificial Intelligence and National Security

    BG Pat Huston, USA, JAGC, Assistant Judge Advocate General for Military Law and Operations

    Moderator: Maj. Gen. Charlie Dunlap, USAF (Ret.), LENS Executive Director, Duke Law School
    "Podcast: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Warfighting"

    by Charlie Dunlap
    April 11, 2021

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    Article "Pentagon’s New AI Chief Vows to Crack ‘Bureaucratic Inertia’ on Tech Advances"
    Pentagon hires former Lyft executive amid push for talent
    Recently departed officials have expressed frustration at pace

    by Katrina Manson
    June 7, 2022

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    Drones, hackers and mercenaries - The future of war | DW Documentary

    Apr 14, 2022

    A shadow war is a war that, officially, does not exist. As mercenaries, hackers and drones take over the role armies once played, shadow wars are on the rise.

    States are evading their responsibilities and driving the privatization of violence. War in the grey-zone is a booming business: Mercenaries and digital weaponry regularly carry out attacks, while those giving orders remain in the shadows.

    Despite its superior army, the U.S. exhausted its military resources in two seemingly endless wars. Now, the superpower is finally bringing its soldiers home. But while the U.S.’s high-tech army may have failed in Afghanistan, it continues to operate outside of official war zones. U.S. Special Forces conduct targeted killings, using drones, hacks and surveillance technologies. All of this is blurring the lines between war and peace.

    The documentary also shows viewers how Russian mercenaries and hackers destabilized Ukraine. Indeed, the last decade has seen the rise of cyberspace armament. Hacking, sometimes subsidized by states, has grown into a thriving business. Digital mercenaries sell spy software to authoritarian regimes. Criminal hackers attack any target that can turn a profit for their clients.

    But the classic mercenary business is also taking off, because states no longer want their official armies to go into battle. Former mercenary Sean McFate outlines how privatizing warfare creates an even greater demand for it. He warns that a world of mercenaries is a world dominated by war.

    [This documentary was originally released in 2021]

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    Article "Will AI steal submarines’ stealth?"
    Better detection will make the oceans transparent—and perhaps doom mutually assured destruction

    by Natasha Bajema
    July 16, 2022

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    Article "FBI chief says he's 'deeply concerned' by China's AI program"
    FBI Director Christopher Wray says he's “deeply concerned” about the Chinese government’s artificial intelligence program, asserting that it was “not constrained by the rule of law.”

    by Eric Tucker
    January 19, 2023

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