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  • Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 13 – ONR– Rear Admiral Lorin Selby

    Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 13 – ONR– Rear Admiral Lorin Selby

    29/11/2020 Duration: 21min

    We just held our thirteenth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed a class to examine the new military systems, operational concepts and doctrines that will emerge from 21st century technologies – Space, Cyber, AI & Machine Learning and Autonomy. Today’s topic was The Navy and Modern War. Our guest speaker was Rear Admiral Lorin Selby, Chief of Naval Research, United States Navy.

  • Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 12 –The Space Force– General John Raymond

    Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 12 –The Space Force– General John Raymond

    18/11/2020 Duration: 20min

    We just held our twelfth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Today’s topic was The Space Force and Modern War. Our guest speaker was Gen. John Raymond, Chief of Space Operations, United States Space Force.

  • Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 11 – Cyberwarfare –– Sumit Agarwal

    Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 11 – Cyberwarfare –– Sumit Agarwal

    17/11/2020 Duration: 21min

    We just held our eleventh session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed a class to examine the new military systems, operational concepts and doctrines that will emerge from 21st century technologies – Space, Cyber, AI & Machine Learning and Autonomy. Today’s topic was Military Applications of Cyber. Our guest speaker was Sumit Agarwal, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense and Senior Advisor for Cyber Innovation.

  • Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 10 – The DOD and Modern War –– Michèle Flournoy

    Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 10 – The DOD and Modern War –– Michèle Flournoy

    16/11/2020 Duration: 21min

    We just held our tenth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed a class to examine the new military systems, operational concepts and doctrines that will emerge from 21st century technologies – Space, Cyber, AI & Machine Learning and Autonomy. Today’s topic was The DoD and Modern War. With Michèle Flournoy, former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy joining us, we also assigned her recent article in Foreign Affairs, “How to Prevent a War in Asia”and CNAS report “Sharpening the US Military’s Edge: Critical Steps for the Next Generation”

  • Technology, Innovation and Modern War – Class 9 – Autonomy – Maynard Holliday

    Technology, Innovation and Modern War – Class 9 – Autonomy – Maynard Holliday

    15/11/2020 Duration: 11min

    We just held our ninth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed a class to examine the new military systems, operational concepts and doctrines that will emerge from 21st century technologies – Space, Cyber, AI & Machine Learning and Autonomy. Today’s topic was Autonomy and Modern War. In this class session Maynard Holliday of RAND describes the potential of autonomy in the DoD.

  • Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 8 – AI – Chris Lynch and Nand Mulchandani

    Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 8 – AI – Chris Lynch and Nand Mulchandani

    14/11/2020 Duration: 20min

    We just held our eighth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Today’s topic was Artificial Intelligence and Modern War. In this class session Nand Mulchandani, JAIC CTO who just completed an extended stint as Acting Director, continued the discussion of AI and the role of the JAIC. In addition to Nand, the class also heard from Chris Lynch, founder of the Defense Digital Service (DDS), now the CEO of Rebellion Defense, a new vendor of AI to the DOD.

  • Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 7 – Jack Shanahan

    Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 7 – Jack Shanahan

    14/11/2020 Duration: 19min

    We just held our seventh session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed the class to examine the new military systems, operational concepts and doctrines that will emerge from 21st century technologies – Space, Cyber, AI & Machine Learning and Autonomy. Today’s topic was Military Applications of Artificial Intelligence; our guest speaker was General Jack Shanahan LTG (ret), former Director of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC).

  • Technology, Innovation and Modern War – Class 6 – Will Roper

    Technology, Innovation and Modern War – Class 6 – Will Roper

    13/11/2020 Duration: 15min

    We just held our sixth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed a class to examine the new military systems, operational concepts and doctrines that will emerge from 21st century technologies – Space, Cyber, AI & Machine Learning and Autonomy. Today’s topic was Innovations in Acquiring Technologies for Modern War.

  • Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 5 – Chris Brose

    Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 5 – Chris Brose

    08/11/2020 Duration: 10min

    We just held our fifth session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed a class to examine the new military systems, operational concepts and doctrines that will emerge from 21st century technologies – Space, Cyber, AI & Machine Learning and Autonomy. Today’s topic was The Challenges of Defending America in the Future of High-Tech Warfare.

  • Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 4 – Bridge Colby

    Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 4 – Bridge Colby

    07/11/2020 Duration: 12min

    We just held our fourth sessions of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed a class to examine the new military systems, operational concepts and doctrines that will emerge from 21st century technologies – Space, Cyber, AI & Machine Learning and Autonomy. Today’s topic was Defense Strategies and Military Plans in an Era of Great Power Competition.

  • Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 3 – Anja Manuel

    Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 3 – Anja Manuel

    04/11/2020 Duration: 11min

    We just held our third session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed a class to examine the new military systems, operational concepts and doctrines that will emerge from 21st century technologies – Space, Cyber, AI & Machine Learning and Autonomy. Today’s topic was Sourcing, Acquiring and Deploying Technology for Modern War.

  • Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 2 – Max Boot

    Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 2 – Max Boot

    03/11/2020 Duration: 09min

    We just held our second session of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Given the tech-centricity of Stanford and Silicon Valley, Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed a class to examine the new military systems, operational concepts and doctrines that will emerge from 21st century technologies – Space, Cyber, AI & Machine Learning and Autonomy.

  • Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 1

    Technology, Innovation, and Modern War – Class 1

    28/09/2020 Duration: 14min

    We just had our first week of our new national security class Technology, Innovation and Modern War. Given the tech-centricity of Stanford and Silicon Valley, Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I thought it was natural to design a class to examine the new military systems, operational concepts and doctrines that will emerge from 21st century technologies – Space, Cyber, AI & Machine Learning and Autonomy.

  • Technology, Innovation, and Modern War

    Technology, Innovation, and Modern War

    12/09/2020 Duration: 07min

    I’m teaching my first non-lean start up class in a decade at Stanford next week; Technology, Innovation and Modern War: Keeping America’s Edge in an Era of Great Power Competition. The class is joint listed in Stanford’s International Policy department as well as in the Engineering School, in the department of Management Science and Engineering.

  • Hacking 4 Recovery – Time to Take A Shot

    Hacking 4 Recovery – Time to Take A Shot

    23/08/2020 Duration: 10min

    “Let’s do something to help with the pandemic.” In April, with the economy crashing, and the East Coast in lockdown, I heard this from Stanford instructors Tom Bedecarre and Todd Basche, both on the same day. And my response to them was the same, “I can’t sew masks and I don’t know how to make ventilators.” But after thinking about it, it dawned on to me that we could contribute – by creating a class to help existing businesses recover and new ones to start.

  • Teaching Lean Innovation in the Pandemic

    Teaching Lean Innovation in the Pandemic

    23/08/2020 Duration: 13min

    Remote education in the pandemic has been hard for everyone. Hard for students having to deal with a variety of remote instructional methods. Hard for parents with K through 12 students at home trying to keep up with remote learning, and hard for instructors trying to master new barely functional tools and technology while trying to keep students engaged gazing at them through Hollywood Squares-style boxes.

  • Rising out of the Crisis: Where to Find New Markets and Customers

    Rising out of the Crisis: Where to Find New Markets and Customers

    25/06/2020 Duration: 06min

    The pandemic has upended the business models of most startups and existing companies. As the economy reopens companies are finding that customers may have disappeared or that their spending behavior has changed. Suppliers are going out of business or requiring cash-up-front terms. Accounts receivables are stretching way out. Revenue models and forecasts are no longer valid.

  • The Coming Chip Wars

    The Coming Chip Wars

    20/06/2020 Duration: 19min

    Controlling advanced chip manufacturing in the 21st century may well prove to be like controlling the oil supply in the 20th. The country that controls this manufacturing can throttle the military and economic power of others. The United States just did this to China by limiting Huawei’s ability to outsource its in-house chip designs for manufacture by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), a Taiwanese chip foundry. If negotiations fail, China may respond and escalate, via one of many agile strategic responses short of war, perhaps succeeding in coercing the foundry to stop making chips for American companies – turning the tables on the United States

  • Hacking for Defense @ Stanford 2020 Lesson Learned Presentations

    Hacking for Defense @ Stanford 2020 Lesson Learned Presentations

    13/06/2020 Duration: 15min

    We just finished our 5th annual Hacking for Defense class at Stanford. What a year. At the end of the quarter each of the eight teams give a final “Lessons Learned” presentation. Unlike traditional demo days or Shark Tanks which are, “here’s how smart I am, please give me money,” a Lessons Learned presentation tells the teams’ stories of a 10-week journey of hard-won learning and discovery. For all the teams in a normal year it’s a roller coaster narrative of what happens when you discover that everything you thought you knew on day one was wrong and how they eventually got it right.

  • The Covid-19 virus is not politically correct

    The Covid-19 virus is not politically correct

    22/05/2020 Duration: 10min

    The Covid-19 virus is not politically correct. It discriminates against the old and the unhealthy. The biggest risk factor in dying from the virus is age. If you’re 60 to 70 years old, you’re 30 times more likely to die from Covid-19 than if you’re under 40. And if you’re over 80, you’re 180 times more likely. It’s not that the young don’t get sick or die, but the odds are dramatically different.

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