20 Jun 2022

Opportunities for Advantage: Mobilizing Innovation through the DHS Science and Technology Directorate

This review of the Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology (S&T) Impact Series falls into two OODA Loop editorial and curation thematics:  Opportunities for Advantage and Innovation (Design Frameworks and Methodologies). Produced and archived over the course of 2021, the DHS S&T Impact series explores opportunities for advantage through an ongoing discussion within DHS on the definition of and framework for innovation within the agency (and private sector and interagency collaboration):   The DHS S&T Impact Series is a web and video series that “delves into the core homeland security mission areas and highlights how the Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) is helping agents, officers, first responders and decision-makers with some of their toughest challenges.”

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21 Dec 2021

Use of blockchain technology could increase human trust in AI

While Artificial Intelligence (AI) contributes enormously to making human life better, it also raises questions of trustworthiness and reliability. However, blockchain technology can go a long way in increasing human trust in AI-based systems. AI is a new generation technology where machines and information systems demonstrate a form of intelligence

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31 Mar 2021

New poll shows Facebook’s severe trust problem

A new poll shows that Facebook is experiencing difficulties maintaining user trust. Facebook is often utilized as an echo chamber, a place to spread conspiracies, and a news source for more than half of all adult Americans. However, the Cambridge Analytica scandal has perhaps permanently tainted Americans’ view of Facebook

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07 Jun 2018

Information – The Final Frontier of Cybersecurity

Cyber trust is not just about securing information technology systems. You must also secure business processes.

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