Defense Tech provides an overview of an Army Times article on the U.S. Army’s CALL (Center for Army Lessons Learned) Request for Information service. (subscription required for Army Times, but the Defense
In this blog, we discuss cognitive computing and other technologies with a focus on supply chain management and innovation. Other topics of discussion include digital enterprise transformation, marketing, the Internet of Things, and smart cities. Our goal is to advance the public discussion about how cognitive computing and other advanced technologies affect the world in which we live.
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James Pinkerton writes, in the first installment of a two-part article at Tech Central Station’s TCS Daily, that we pay too much attention to policy and not enough to process. He addresses
The New York Times reported yesterday on the potential impact of Avian Flu on business (“Is Business Ready for a Flu Pandemic?”, March 16, 2006). The article quotes a Deloitte report: “A
Interesting comments by Art Hutchinson about Avian Flu. Reacting to recent news reports and to the Wyoming Pandemic Flu Summit, he writes: …anyone’s ability to anticipate the course of such an unprecedented
There’s growing recognition that we need resilience — and that networked, adaptive systems are the way to achieve it. The latest entrant into the discussion is John Robb, who blogs at Global
Commentary is underway in the blogosphere about this extremely complex article — “Extremism, Terror, and the Future of Conflict,” by Michael J. Mazarr of the U.S. National War College and Dartmouth, just
Defense Tech announces an upcoming story on how network-centric warfare technologies are performing in the real world (scroll down to “Blog Beg: Network-Centric Stories,” March 6). Should be an interesting source of