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Artificial intelligence and its impact on skills | FE News UK

The integration of artificial intelligence is part of the ongoing automation process, especially for manufacturing businesses. There is still human intervention faced and it is critical that new skills are being taught and developed with a focus on connecting the different networks of automation as well as training people on artificial intelligence. This is to ensure that the skills required ... Read More »

The perpetual COVID-19 strength plan | Breaking Muscle

COVID-19 has disrupted our routine exercise in the gym. Most people went on doing workouts at home but without the proper guidance, it can also affect our muscle growth. It takes around 3-5 weeks before any substantial muscle growth to occur. Clinton Sills shares an effective technique and the step-by-step process of how to apply the Cluster Set Method in improving ... Read More »

6 Business and career tips for the unsure | The Daily

Choosing the career you want to do is a decision you want to think over. The first step is to jot down your likes and dislikes and consider your strengths and weaknesses. This will lead you to determine what is important for you personally and professionally to attain a suitable career for you. After identifying them work it into a ... Read More »

Pilot In A Real Aircraft Just Fought An AI-Driven Virtual Enemy Jet For The First Time | The Drive

Red 6 and EpiSci made the first attempt for a real aircraft to fight an AI-Driven virtual fighter jet. The experiment was done to also help reduce the costs of air combat training compared to the adversary aircraft that currently have to physically fly against fighter pilots. The live-flight augmented reality dogfight involved a Freeflight Composites Berkut 560 and an aircraft with a computer-generated projection inside ... Read More »

The Pentagon reportedly published cartoons depicting Russian hackers as silly bears in order to infuriate them | Task & Purpose

The Department of Defense’s Cyber Command posted cartoons and illustrations that appear to mock foreign hackers. They intentionally created these cartoons not only to bring public awareness but also to infuriate cybercriminals. One illustration depicts the cybercriminals as a pink sloth hunched over a computer and the other cartoon is a clumsy bear dropping a bowl of Halloween candy. According ... Read More »

Navy SEAL Foundation backs study of ecstasy component for PTSD treatment | Stars & Stripes

The Navy SEAL Foundation pledged $50,000 to support research to the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies on helping veterans in treating post-traumatic stress disorder using the drug ecstasy. It is expected to assist large-scale trials of the psychoactive drug MDMA, also known as molly, backed with psychotherapy. Supporters of the researchers believe it could revolutionize treatment for the disorder and ... Read More »

More space wargames, please | War on the Rocks

Shane Bilborough talks about the military’s defense as we continue to adventure into space. Currently, Bilborough argues the analysis of the operational challenges and opportunities with space warfare are under-developed by at least two decades. He proposes a guide to solve these issues with ideas such as exploring the role of commercial space systems and anticipating technological competitions. “What happens ... Read More »

Reforming the National Security Council to confront the China challenge | The Hill

With the new President Elect Biden taking over office in 2021, will these conversations about China remain? China has been deemed as a threat and policy makers have been paying close attention to China. The National Security council takes a look at the China challenge. This editorial from The Hill examines this relationship. Source: https://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/foreign-policy/526189-reforming-the-national-security-council-to-confront-the Read More »

A better way to fight the forever war | Defense One

Terrorist groups have used the Middle East as a breeding ground for planning to attack the US and its allies. However, since 9/11 many American lives have been lost and these terrorist groups have been severely weakened. Defense One puts out an opinion article about just how removing troops immediately might be dangerous. Instead, troops should be pulled out slowly ... Read More »

Coast Guard medevacs man 160 miles east of Boston | DVIDS

160 miles east of Boston a 35-year-old man was suffering from minor lacerations after falling overboard. The man was fishing off a 72-foot commercial fishing vehicle. The Coast Guard was called in to action and medevacked the man back to the mainland for treatment. Source: https://www.dvidshub.net/video/773353/coast-guard-medevacs-man-160-miles-east-boston Read More »

5 Lesser-known details about ‘Black Hawk Down’ | Army Times

Based off of a true story Black Hawk Down has become military movie fans favorites. Featuring a storyline that involves a crashed helicopter and heroism the movie makes history. However, the Army Times writes about five things you might have missed while watching Black Hawk Down and expands on the true story. Source: https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2020/11/18/5-lesser-known-details-about-black-hawk-down/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=EBB%2011.19.20&utm_term=Editorial%20-%20Early%20Bird%20Brief Read More »

Friday focus: Train to compete, not just survive | Military.com

Stew Smith shares motivating ideas when you feel defeated in completing your military program. During his first marathon, it stuck to him a quote to “Train to compete, not just survive.” Active duty members who compete to win something were the ones who not only made it to the training, but they made it through the training. Stew said that the big idea here ... Read More »

Your habits should change with seasons | Michael Hyatt

We usually experience a distraction or change in circumstances along the way when forming a new habit. Change is something inevitable and that we should learn to live by. When this happens, we tend to break the habit created. Michael Hyatt shares in this podcast how we can consistently work on our habits even in changes of seasons in our ... Read More »