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    Moore’s Law was originated/coined in 1965 by...

    Moore’s Law was originated/coined in 1965 by Gordon Moore(co-founder of Intel).
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    Hi Bill, Here’s that article/story I was...

    Hi Bill,

    Here’s that article/story I was referring to that developed with this thread:
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    As I understand it in China, the social scoring...

    As I understand it in China, the social scoring model to “nudge” positive behaviour incorporates local block wardens/informants.

    Party “beat cops” as human observation sensors and behaviour...
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    The hits keep coming, now in 5 Eyes partner NZ: ...

    The hits keep coming, now in 5 Eyes partner NZ:

    One Belt One Road sales pitch by China’s Ambassador to NZ Wu Xi, in our biggest national news source:...
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    Another timely article, this time on Chinese...

    Another timely article, this time on Chinese geodigital exports for “enterprise” customers.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/24/technology/ecuador-surveillance-cameras-police-government.html
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    Last month Germany resisted heavy US pressure to...

    Last month Germany resisted heavy US pressure to ban Huawei, greenlighting its 5G buildout.

    Now add the UK to the list:
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    Further to the superplatform and geodigital...

    Further to the superplatform and geodigital strategy narrative I’ve been trying to build, attempts to ban Huawei have made it into the news cycle recently, but my old employer Amazon abandoning China...
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    Agreed on the leadership required. However, if...

    Agreed on the leadership required.

    However, if an effective alternative array is to be built to counter China's it is going to have to require a dramatic increase in trust.

    Trust in government,...
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    Great post David. I'm constantly torn between...

    Great post David.

    I'm constantly torn between the contradictions of digital authoritarianism combined with market access totalitarianism mixed with the Wild West cowboy entrepreneurialism from...
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    I think the threshold of detectability matters. ...

    I think the threshold of detectability matters.

    Do citizens and governments detect the non kinetic jockeying for strategic position? But do they care beyond immediate needs and the next election...
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    Unlike the “surveillance capitalism”-like WeChat,...

    Unlike the “surveillance capitalism”-like WeChat, Xi’s App feels far more “littleredbook.com” forced.

    But if we look at them both thru a geodigital export “product” lens:

    WeChat is for citizen...
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    Hi Bill, Connectography looks interesting and...

    Hi Bill,

    Connectography looks interesting and is now in my Kindle queue.

    At a glance, it aligns quite nicely with my recent Mad Scientist submission.

    Which network operating system(China...
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    Further to my last Bill: The Xuexi Qiangguo...

    Further to my last Bill:

    The Xuexi Qiangguo “Study the Great Nation” app is now the most downloaded item on Apple’s App Store in China(More than WeChat and TikTok):
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    I believe the voluntary reach of commercial...

    I believe the voluntary reach of commercial network platforms, if working in granular partnership with government, could be easily pushed beyond just majority and towards ubiquity with preferential...
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    Agreed on digital hegemony perhaps allowing...

    Agreed on digital hegemony perhaps allowing economic/political hegemony.

    If given a choice of digital, economic, or political monopoly, I’m increaisngly leaning towards digital as my vote for...
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    Thanks for the response Bill. Last week I...

    Thanks for the response Bill.

    Last week I submitted an article for the US Army Mad Scientist 2030 writing competition that covers “geodigital strategy” in a fictional scenario against “Donovia”...
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    I’m just a Reserve NCO, but in recent months I’ve...

    I’m just a Reserve NCO, but in recent months I’ve been stuck on the following thought:

    Innovative Strategy > Innovative Technology

    And I get the feeling that the US led 5 Eyes/Coalition have...
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    WeChat is absolutely dominant in people's lives...

    WeChat is absolutely dominant in people's lives within China.

    As well as having an estimated external user base of 100-200 million.

    I believe (One Belt One Road)OBOR will continue virtually...
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    While not principally national security related,...

    While not principally national security related, this article on WeChat is worth reading:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/09/technology/personaltech/china-wechat.html

    It offers a glimpse into...
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    As a thought experiment it sounds interesting. ...

    As a thought experiment it sounds interesting.

    But as the E in PACE for emergency means of wide area communication is it actually viable at scale?

    AQ and other illicit networks went old school...
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    A Covert Action: Reagan, the CIA, and the Cold...

    A Covert Action: Reagan, the CIA, and the Cold War struggle in Poland

    https://www.amazon.com/Covert-Action-Reagan-Struggle-Poland-ebook/dp/B076MFK2ZM/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=...
  22. We just covered this last week when we were...

    We just covered this last week when we were guests on the USAF l.Lab podcast:

    https://www.548isr.com/podcast/2018/12/9/episode-13-out-maneuver-out-adapt-and-out-innovate-with-the-adf-and-nzdf
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  23. Bill you are correct in that we cannot assume...

    Bill you are correct in that we cannot assume technological superiority.

    Post WWII? Yes. Most R&D was primarily(90% ish) military in nature with some trickle down to commercial/consumer...
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    For building an array of micro-satellites, it may likely require an innovation programme such as Hacking 4 Defense developed at Stanford U by:

    Steve Blank(the “godfather” of Lean StartUp)
    Pete...
  25. Great post. When teaching introduction to...

    Great post.

    When teaching introduction to innovation applied to the military, one maxim I use is “it’s not innovation until it’s implemented”:...
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