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Deterrence Stability in the Cyber Age
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Replica Symmetry Breaking in Bipartite Spin Glasses and Neural Networks
This work uses the replica technique to study the mathematically tractable bipartite Sherrington-Kirkpatrick (SK) spin-glass model, which is formally similar to a restricted Boltzmann machine (RBM) neural network, including the existence of a multitude of pure states which are related in an ultrametric fashion. Expand
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It’s already too late to stop the AI arms race—We must manage it instead
ABSTRACT Can we prevent an artificial-intelligence (AI) arms race? While an ongoing campaign argues that an agreement to ban autonomous weapons can forestall AI from becoming the next domain ofExpand
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(Automated) planning for tomorrow: Will artificial intelligence get smarter?
ABSTRACT Artificial-intelligence (AI) researchers have made very considerable advances in their theoretical knowledge of planning over the past few decades. But the impact of AI on society in theExpand
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The Department of Defense Posture for Artificial Intelligence: Assessment and Recommendations
In this report, the authors assess the state of artificial intelligence (AI) relevant to DoD and address misconceptions about it; conduct an independent and introspective assessment of the DepartmentExpand
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Was There a Real “Mineshaft Gap”? Bomb Shelters in the USSR, 1945–1962
  • Edward Geist
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Cold War Studies
  • 7 June 2012
During the Cold War, the nature, intent, and scale of Soviet civil defense were the subject of heated debate in the West. Some analysts claimed that the USSR possessed a massive civil defense programExpand
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What Will Russian Military Capabilities Look Like in the Future
Because of conflicting interests between Russia and the West and because Russia’s future intentions are uncertain, how Russia develops its military presents real challenges to the United States andExpand
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Military Deception: AI's Killer App?
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Political Fallout: The Failure of Emergency Management at Chernobyl'
Ever since the accident that destroyed unit 4 of the Chernobyl’ Nuclear Power Plant on April 26,1986, became public knowledge, the Soviet government's response to this catastrophe has been theExpand
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