Monthly Archives: May 2012

Under Ambiguous Skies: Drones and American Uncertainty

Like most worthwhile questions of our strange, robotic, data-rich future, it’s how blurry barriers are ultimately delineated that will be most telling. Drunken Predators’ original assertion is that there are two separate debates over drone fears, and that when conflated … Continue reading

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How Games Model Covert Action

While working on the unfortunately cut-short Interventions podcast, I was asked by Adam Elkus about how games model covert action.  Gamer though I am, this question caught me off-guard.  Games model covert action on almost every level and almost every … Continue reading

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