2 comments on “War and simulation

  1. Pingback: The Situation(ist) Room « geographical imaginations

  2. Thanks for the mention 🙂 To be really up to date would be to think about the way military robotics developments are now envisaging the extension of the model and its virtualising ‘charm’ out over the ‘battlespace’ in increasingly autonomous modes. Cf p. 41 of this USAF scoping/funding document on the goal of closing out ‘the loop’ with a perfected, coordinated real-time ‘perceive and act vector’: http://www.fas.org/irp/program/collect/uas_2009.pdf

    patrick crogan

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