"Hyperwar" is sparking some serious debate! Written by SparkCognition's Exec. Board Member, Gen. John Allen (USMC, ret.), and Founder & CEO, Amir Husain, the concept piece appeared in the U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings and quickly sparked an intense and thoughtful discussion about autonomous weapon systems.
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