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The Persuasion Game: Developing a Serious Game Based Model for Information Warfare and Influence Studies
(Academic Conferences and Publishing International Ltd., 2019-07)
In an age of hybrid, asymmetric, and non-linear conflict, the role of Information Operations has become ever more important; this paper presents a study of a recent research project. The project examined ways of better ...
A Cross-discipline approach to countering 4th generation espionage
(18th European Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security, 2019)
In 2018 the UK government introduced the term ‘4th generation espionage’ to define the hybrid threats exemplified in fake news. As events occur, even seemingly benign events, the rush to report and take charge of the ...
Thoughts about a General Theory of Influence in a DIME/PMESII/ASCOP/IRC2 Model
(Academic Conferences and Publishing International, 2019)
The leading question of this paper is: “How would influence warfare (“iWar”) work and how can we simulate it?” The paper discusses foundational aspects of a theory and model of influence warfare by discussing a framework ...
Racist Soapdishes and Rebellious (?) Children: Towards Human/AI Cooperation
(Academic Conferences and Publishing International, 2019-11)
Fiction is replete with tales of machine minds overthrowing their human creators. These archetypes are powerful, and durable, but they must be confronted and challenged if we are to truly address the real issues that the ...
'Nothing Up My Sleeve': Information Warfare and the Magical Mindset
This chapter outlines how human factors have been, are being, and could be leveraged as key strategic tools in information warfare and online influence in general. The cyber domain is an informational space, and those who ...