Cyber Psychology


Cyberpsychology is a developing, complex scientific field which embraces diverse phenomena and different sub-themes. With the advent of smart and autonomous machines, it has become primordial to develop a new form of psychology, one that will examine the way humans and machines impact on each other. In addition, it will explore how the relation between humans and AI will change human interactions and machines intercommunication.  Research and applications should therefore take into consideration the type and the specificity of the causal relation that underlies the link between psychology and cybernetics. In terms of research and implementations, it concerns a variety of issues related to Defense and Security and to all the areas which NATO prioritizes to prepare its transformation.

Project purpose: To explore the aspects of cyberpsychology that are the most relevant to NATO and capture recommendations.

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Follow up projects might address the implementation of recommendations and development of solutions.

Main Contributors include

Chris Fullwood
Bernard Claverie
Barbara kowalczuk
Robert Hoffman
Tom Holt
Max Kilger
Char Sample
Norbou Buchler
Grainne Kirwan
David Maimon
Rick Galeano
Amber Matalus
Girish Nandakumar