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Emergence of the intelligence establishment

by United States. Department of State.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intelligence service -- United States -- History -- Sources

  • Edition Notes

    GenreSources.
    SeriesForeign relations of the United States, 1945-1950, Department of State publication -- 10316.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJK468.I6 U54 1990
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxxviii, 1148 p.
    Number of Pages1148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18289153M
    ISBN 100160452082
    ISBN 109780160452086

    Preserving Central Intelligence 22 Studies in Intelligence Vol. 48, No. 3 A remedy for “ complacency and self-deception is a rigorous after-actions or lessons-learned ” process. establishment over the past half-century. Developing Lessons Learned: the Truth Shall Set You Free The propensity for deception, especially self-deception, is a. Ecstadelic Media Group is all about digital transformation as we are rapidly approaching the end of linearity of human history – the "Intelligence Supernova" – the Cybernetic 's meta-trends such as acceleration of technological progress, connectivity explosion and digitalization of everything will inevitably lead to the convergent point that would signify no less than Self.

    This paper is about examining the history of artificial intelligence from theory to practice and from its rise to fall, highlighting a few major themes and advances. ‘Artificial’ intelligence The term artificial intelligence was first coined by John McCarthy in when he . A Brief History of Artificial Intelligence. will substantially be solved," Minsky is quoted as saying in the book "AI: The Tumultuous Search for Artificial Intelligence" (Basic Books, ).

      The writing in Intelligence is a bit self-consciously "cute", but I might have been able to tolerate that in an otherwise enjoyable book. However, was clearly presenting such an inaccurate picture of CIA employees that s Author Susan Hasler spent 21 years working for the CIA and knows what it is like to toil in an intelligence agency/5(70). Mobility, shock, and firepower: the emergence of the U.S. Army’s armor branch, – / by Robert Stewart Cameron. p. cm. — (Army historical series) Includes bibliographical references and index. 1. United States. Army. Armored Force—History. I. Title. II. Series. UAC36 ’—dc22 CMH Pub no.


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