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Gen. Richard Clarke: Future Warfare to Observe Multi-Domain Nature With Special Operations

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Gen. Richard Clarke, who leads U.S. Special Operations Command, said the multi-domain future of warfare will influence special operations. He said at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference in Florida that special operations will continue to be relevant as the military engages in near-peer competition against Russian and Chinese adversaries.

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USSOCOM to Address Future Warfare Challenges via Emerging Tech; Gen. Richard Clarke Quoted

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U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) has planned investments in a range of emerging technologies to address the challenges of future warfare. These technologies include secure data sharing, edge computing and others that can improve USSOCOM's performance in information and electronic warfare. USSOCOM's Hyper-Enabled Operator effort helps the command's operations personnel make information-aided decisions. 

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Gen. Richard Clarke: USSOCOM Eyeing AI-Based Data Processing, Encryption Concepts to Modernize Operations

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Gen. Richard Clarke, commander of the U.S. Special Operations Command, said the command is looking into encryption and electronic warfare techniques to advance military communications operations. Clarke said at a hearing with the Senate Armed Services Committee that he “personally changed “ the command’s priorities and restructured its funding operations to modernize encryption-related concepts.

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Pentagon Launches New AI Tool to Deliver Data in Near-Real-Time; Gen. Richard Clarke Quoted

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The Pentagon has announced that it will deliver a new artificial intelligence (AI) tool, Entropy, to special operators, which will enable users to conduct psychological operations in near-real time in the information environment. Entropy will help reduce the cognitive challenges of personnel performing military information support operations. The tool is currently under development by the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Joint AI Center (JAIC).

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Profile: Richard Clarke, Former National Security Council Official and Assistant Secretary of State

Richard Clarke is the former U.S. national coordinator for security, infrastructure protection and counter-terrorism and served in a number of other national security roles during his career. Clarke most recently served as presidential special advisor on cybersecurity until 2003 under former President George W. Bush. He was appointed counter-terrorism security …

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USSOCOM Seeks AI, IoT Concepts for Next-Gen Operational Environment

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The U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) is prioritizing its efforts to deploy a hyper-enabled operator (HEO) technology to help warfighters utilize increased cognitive functionalities in the battlefield. “We are looking to put those types of sensors and communication devices on an operator collecting information in the operational environment,” Barnes added.

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Report: US Authorities Eye North Korea for Sony Cyber Attack

Federal investigators have eyed North Korea as a possible source of hackers that breached the computer networks at Sony Pictures Entertainment, ABC News reported Wednesday. Jonathan Karl and Pierre Thomas write Sony decided not to release a comedy that depicts a fictional assassination plot against North Korean’s leader after perpetrators …

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