martedì, Settembre 28, 2021

DIARIO GEOSTRATEGICO 02-09-2021

Oggi, per “the science of where”, approfondiamo i Dangermond Fellows.

Alcuni temi dal diario di oggi:

– USA, l’importanza della realtà aumentata e della realtà virtuale per l’educazione;

– La Cina cresce nella robotica;

– Anche se le truppe americane non sono più in Afghanistan, la guerra al terrore non è finita;

– Difficoltà per l’intelligence USA in Afghanistan;

– Talebani e sanzioni finanziarie;

– L’Afghanistan dal punto di vista economico;

– Si consolida l’alleanza tra USA e Ucraina in funzione anti-russa;

– Cina e Corea del Sud dopo più di tre anni sembrano riprendere le relazioni militari;

– Malaysia, nuovo Primo Ministro e l’agenda dei diritti umani;

– Continua la violenza jihadista in Nigeria;

– La crisi idrica in Iraq;

– I prigionieri israeliani a Gaza;

– Lavoratori yemeniti in Arabia Saudita;

– Come si comporterà il nuovo Presidente iraniano ?;

– La strategia russa nel Mar Rosso;

– La pandemia e la polarizzazione politica in Europa

Buona lettura ! 

 

The Science of Where

 da Esri:

– Dangermond Fellows Making a Difference in Our World (Raquel Perez)

– Improvements to the USA Wildfires map’s Smoke Forecast (John Nelson, Jinnan Zhang)

– Analyzing Unstructured Text With ArcGIS Pro Intelligence and ArcGIS LocateXT James Jones, Avonlea Fotheringham)

 

TechInnovation e dintorni

da CSET:

– China’s Robotics Patent Landscape (Sara Abdulla)

– U.S. AI Summer Camps (Claire Perkins, Kayla Goode)

da ITIF:

– USA. The Promise of Immersive Learning: Augmented and Virtual Reality’s Potential in Education (Ellysse Dick)

da TechCrunch:

– A popular smart home security system can be remotely disarmed, researchers say (Zack Whittaker)

– LinkedIn is scrapping its Stories feature to work on short-form video (Amanda Silberling)

– CryptoPunks creator inks representation deal with major Hollywood talent agency (Taylor Hatmaker)

– Yandex buys out Uber’s stake in Yandex Self-Driving Group, Eats, Lavka and Delivery for $1B (Rebecca Bellan)

– Tribe and Arkam back Jar app to help millions in India start their savings journey (Manish Singh)

– Olsam raises $165M to buy up and scale consumer and B2B Amazon Marketplace sellers (Ingrid Lunden)

– Sanas aims to convert one accent to another in real time for smoother customer service calls (Devin Coldewey)

– VanMoof raises $128 million to become the world’s leading e-bike brand (Romain Dillet)

– Oviva grabs $80M for app-delivered healthy eating programs (Natasha Lomas)

– Trustshare runs escrow infrastructure as a service to facilitate online sales (Romain Dillet)

 

Nella cybersecurity

da Security Affairs (Pierluigi Paganini):

– LockBit ransomware operators leak 200GB of data belonging to Bangkok Airways

 

In difesa

da Defense News:

– USA/Ukraine. US commits to $60 million in aid to Ukraine before WH visit (Eric Tucker)

– USA. NSA awards $2 billion high-performance computing contract (Andrew Eversden)

– Europe. Top defense leaders kick off new phase for Europe’s next-gen fighter (Sebastian Sprenger)

da The Defense Post:

– USA. US Space Force Missile Warning System Passes Design Review

– Russia. Russia to Boost Firepower of Aging T-80 Tank (Joe Saballa)

– Turkey. Turkish Military Adds Locally-Produced Armed ‘Akinci’ Drone to Its Fleet (Hercules Reyes)

– China/South Korea. China, South Korea Military Relations ‘Restored’: Report (Hercules Reyes)

– UK/Afghanistan. UK Asked to Include Afghan Special Forces in British Army

 

Spazio chiama Terra

da Space News:

– NASA has no plans to exchange lunar samples with China (Jeff Foust)

– Liquid nitrogen shortage delays Landsat 9 launch (Jeff Foust)

– Aerospace Corp. CEO sees winds of change in space procurement (Sandra Erwin)

– Space agencies support space traffic management but differ on how it should be developed (Jeff Foust)

– SpaceX says Amazon’s call to dismiss Starlink amendment is a delay tactic (Jason Rainbow)

– House Armed Services Committee approves Space National Guard, challenges DoD on space programs (Sandra Erwin)

– DLR opens applications for free launch services aboard Isar Aerospace demo missions (Andrew Parsonson)

– China is developing its own Mars helicopter (Andrew Jones)

– Powering sustainability: Satellite propulsion underpins orbital stewardship (Jason Rainbow)

 

Viaggio nei mondi e nelle questioni globali

da Atlantic Council:

– Afghanistan/USA. US intel is now flying blind in Afghanistan (Jennifer Counter)

da BESA Center:

– Iraq. The Water Shortage Crisis in Iraq (Bahrooz Jaafar)

da Defense One:

– USA/Ukraine. Biden Will Announce $60M Security Aid to Ukraine To Counter Russia (Jacqueline Feldscher)

– USA. The War on Terror—in Afghanistan and Elsewhere—Is Far from Over, Biden Says (Jacqueline Feldscher)

– Afghanistan/USA. The Two Blows America Is Dealing to the Taliban (David Frum)

da ECFR:

– Europe. Europe’s invisible divides: How covid-19 is polarising European politics (Ivan Krastev, Mark Leonard)

da HRW:

– Chechnya. No End to Chechnya’s Violent Anti-Gay Campaign (Tanya Lokshina, Kyle Knight)

– Malaysia. New Prime Minister Needs New Rights Agenda

– USA. US Court Ruling Furthers South Dakota Tribe’s Right to Health (Matt McConnell)

– USA. US Congress: Sufficiently Fund Public Housing

– Saudi Arabia. Yemeni Workers at Risk of Mass Forced Returns

da JCPA:

– Israel. To Secretary of State Blinken: Repatriating Israeli Captives Is a Basic Humanitarian Right under International Conventions (Alan Baker)

da ORF:

– BRICS Academic Forum Report (H. H. S. Viswanathan, Akshay Mathur)

– India. Commission for air quality management in National Capital Region (Bhayva Pandey)

– Iran/USA. Ebrahim Raisi has delayed revival of nuclear deal (Anchal Vohra)

– Maldives/India/China. Maldives: India-funded sea bridge project has an ambitious deadline (N Saathiya Moorthy)

– Afghanistan. A strategic and tactical battle between the Taliban and Islamic State Khorasan Province (Kabir Taneja)

– Minilateralism. Weighing the Prospects for Cooperation and Governance (Aarshi Tirkey)

– Nepal. PM Deuba facing Himalayan challenges in Nepal (Hari Bansh Jha)

da Project-Syndicate:

– Europe. Europe’s New Refugee Crisis (Sławomir Sierakowski)

– Ecocide. Prosecuting Ecocide (Kate Mackintosh, Jojo Mehta, Richard Rogers)

– Afghanistan. The Economic Roots of the Afghan Debacle (Daniel Gros)

– Africa Must Produce Its Own Vaccines (Landry Signé)

da RUSI:

– Afghanistan. Now for the Hard Part: The Taliban Face Financial Headwinds (Tom Keatinge)

– Russia/Red Sea. Russia’s Red Sea Strategy (Neil Melvin)

– UK. Securing Support Advantage: The Transformation of Defence Support (Air Commodore (Ret’d) Andrew Curtis OBE)

da The Defense Post:

– Nigeria. 17 People Killed in Nigeria Jihadist Attacks

 

 

 

YEMEN: ENDLESS SUFFERING OF CHILDREN AFTER 7 YEARS OF BRUTAL ARMED CONFLICT & MASSIVE HUMANITARIAN CRISIS

Report of the UN Secretary-General on Children and Armed Conflict in Yemen More than 3,500 children were victims of one or more grave violations in...

DIARIO GEOSTRATEGICO  28-09-2021

Buona lettura!  The Science of Where Magazine's interviews - Gathering strenght, gathering storms. Visions on artificial intelligence. The Science of Where Magazine meets Michael Littman and Peter...

PER ITALIA E GERMANIA, IL FUTURO È NELLE NUOVE TECNOLOGIE

Signor Ambasciatore, siamo particolarmente interessati, come Magazine, ad approfondire le politiche tecnologiche dei principali Paesi, con particolare riferimento alle tecnologie emergenti. La Germania, motore...

CYBER DEFENSE ACROSS THE OCEAN FLOOR: THE GEOPOLITICS OF SUBMARINE CABLE SECURITY

by Atlantic Council The vast majority of intercontinental global Internet traffic—upwards of 95 percent—travels over undersea cables that run across the ocean floor. These hundreds...

GATHERING STRENGTH, GATHERING STORMS. VISIONS ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

The Science of Where Magazine meets Michael Littman and Peter Stone. Michael, professor of computer science at Brown University, is the lead author of the 2021 AI100...

GATHERING STRENGTH, GATHERING STORMS: THE ONE HUNDRED YEAR STUDY ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI100) 2021 STUDY PANEL REPORT

by Stanford University In the five years since we released the first AI100 report, much has been written about the state of artificial intelligence and...

Ultimi articoli