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Future Computing: Shaping National Security Policy

Recorded on November 6, 2006

Location: The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium

The mention of "data-mining" and "cognitive computing" often causes the ringing of alarm bells in the realm of national security policymakers. What is the technology behind these buzzwords, and what applications does it have for national security policy? Are such technologies being used strategically and under what legal constraints? Join us as leading future computing technology and policy experts, Jesús Mena, Marcus H. Sachs, and David Strand discuss the possibilities and challenges of the next generation of tools for keeping America secure.