Can technology be a force for good even in something as bad as war?
The Pentagon’s controversial $10 billion JEDI cloud computing deal is one of the most lucrative defense contracts ever. Amazon’s in pole position to win—and its move into the military has been a long time coming.
After years of effort to prevent and reverse radicalization, the jury’s still out on whether it works.
Technology makes fighting war easier and more palatable—but it dangerously changes the nature of the fight, argues a US Marine veteran.
A new DARPA research program is developing brain-computer interfaces that could control “swarms of drones, operating at the speed of thought.” What if it succeeds?
The oldest technology for detecting trace amounts of materials remains the best.
AI warfare is beginning to dominate military strategy in the US and China, but is the technology ready?
The war in Afghanistan has turned the country into an unwilling testing ground for warfare technology.
Activists on the ground and digital sleuths have spent years documenting chemical attacks and barrel bombs. Now they’re facing a brutal truth.
He nearly lost it all to an IED blast in Afghanistan. But a pioneering procedure changed everything.