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Over the past three years, Booz Allen has partnered with the Atlantic as a sponsor for some of the broadest thought leadership events in the country including the Washington Ideas Forum, 15 Years Later: Are We Any Safer, and the Aspen Ideas Festival. At each of these events, the Atlantic curates conversations of our time with leading experts from around the world. Booz Allen leaders are proud to participate in these events and provide our own insights and expertise in these conversations.
In 2017, we are pleased to partner with the Atlantic to release A Guide to Technologies That Will Change the World. In this guide we explore different aspects of technology – from a survey of the general public and tech elites, to a strategy for machine intelligence, to the implications for cyber security – our articles share different perspectives that decision makers need to know. Read on to check out these articles.
“As a society, we have taught cars to drive themselves. We have trained robots to fight our wars. We have marveled at the connection between our phones and our home electrics. We are harnessing the power of intelligent things.”
Today, we operate in what experts coin the machine age. We no longer rely solely on human capacity, as we harness the power of machines. Our things—from cars and buildings to watches and refrigerators—are getting smarter. We taught cars to drive themselves. We trained robots to fight our wars. We connected our light switch to our phone. With each step, we are harnessing the power of intelligent things to our benefit.
But what does this mean for our society? We must understand what technologies will change this paradigm. We need to wrap our heads around how the government can and should engage. We must recognize how to protect ourselves in the cyber environment that will grow increasingly broad as more things come online and begin communicating.
We built Power of Intelligent Things: A Guide to Technologies that will Change the World to share some of our best research and insights into today’s quickly evolving technology landscape.
The articles included in this guide explain:
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