Cognitive Warfare

As global conflicts take on increasingly asymmetric and "grey" forms, the ability to manipulate the human mind employing neurocognitive science techniques and tools is constantly and quickly increasing. This complements the more traditional techniques of manipulation through information technology and information warfare, making the human increasingly targeted in the cognitive warfare. 

An Attack on Truth and thought

Alonso Bernal, Cameron Carter, Ishpreet Singh, Kathy Cao, Olivia Madreperla

Supervised by Lawrence Aronhime and Alexander Cocron

Johns Hopkins University

Cognitive BioTechnology

Alonso Bernal, Cameron Carter, Melanie Kemp, Ujwal Arunkumar Taranth, Klinzman Vaz

Supervised by Lawrence Aronhime and Alexander Cocron

Johns Hopkins University

Analysis Facing Worldwide Jihadist Violence and Conflicts

S├ębastien Laurent & Nicolas Israel

Known Enemies

August Cole

Intelligence Amplification

Joseph Carvalko