Tag Archives: U.S. Military

Bureaucracy and Politics versus Innovation

Innovation in military hardware is really hard. I wanted to call this article “Corruption versus Innovation” but I sailed back from the precipice to a more forgiving title to give the government and military contractors the benefit of the doubt … Continue reading

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We Have the U.S. Military to Thank for the Internet and Other Key Technology

GUEST POST from Howard Tiersky From the computers that are used to develop your app to the AI that’s incorporated into your chatbot, many of the technologies that are foundational to our digital world were either massively moved forward or … Continue reading

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Challenging Orthodoxies – Flying High

With a new Top Gun movie coming out soon, I thought this might be an appropriate share. It used to be in the early days of military aviation that a pilot’s head only served as some level of protection during … Continue reading

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