Ep. 57 – Better Analysts, Humans or Machines?

August 07, 2018 00:32:54
Ep. 57 – Better Analysts, Humans or Machines?
Modern War Institute
Ep. 57 – Better Analysts, Humans or Machines?
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Show Notes

In the era of big data, the minds of human analysts are no match for the processing power of computers fed with terabytes of data and armed with powerful algorithms. But MWI Non-Resident Fellow Dr. Nicholas Krohley argues in this episode that, far from obviating the need for those human analysts, the incorporation of more and more data into military and intelligence analysis makes human judgment more important than ever.

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