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2019 ILSS Symposium: Soldier-Leaders in the Age of AI: The Future of Pre-Commissioning Education

Front cover image of Soldier-Leaders in the Age of AI (UNG Press, 2021). An army green background with a globe in a lighter green.

Editor

Edward L. Mienie

Preface

Dr. Billy Wells

Contributing Authors

Chief Warrant Officer Jerry Leverich
Major General Bob Scales
Dr. Ash Mady
Ms. Bethany Niese
Lieutenant Colonel Laviniu Bajor
Captain Michael Junge, U.S. Navy
Dr. Bryson Payne
Dr. Tamirat Abegaz
Mr. Paul Scharre
Bruce LaRue, Ph.D.

Mr. Jim Solomon
Colonel Candice E. Frost
Mr. Gary Phillips
Major General Charles (Charlie) Dunlap, Jr.
Mr. Emerson T. Brooking
Chaplain (Lieutenant Colonel) Jacob Scott
Colonel Tony Pfaff, Ph.D.

ISBN

978-1-940771-86-1

 

Description

Presented by the University of North Georgia’s (UNG) Institute for Leadership and Strategic Studies (ILSS) and in partnership with the U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute, the 2019 annual symposia explored the effects of artificial intelligence on the future of pre-commissioning education.

The collected conference proceedings include how advances in science and technology will shape the future battlefield operating environment and support the future soldier-leader; the influence of science and technology advances on future military leadership education; and the impact of artificial intelligence and technological initiatives on the ethical decision-making and ethical leadership

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