Really. This is not a spoof. If this is coming out of the National Center for Credibility Assessment, that must mean the school the Army runs for DoD down at Ft. Jackson, where they crank out polygraphers. The polygraphers must be pooping their shorts. They might have to go back to actually running investigations again.
Will the robots have to be 25 years old, have a college degree and have two years investigative experience? Will interviewees be hooked up to the bot with standard cardio, pneumo, and GSR leads which could then process responses through the Polyscore algorithm while embedded PCASS (not authorized for use on USPERs) does voice stress analysis?
Robots Are Set to Conduct National Security Clearance Interviews
The Future of Warfare: Small, Many, Smart vs. Few & Exquisite?
To illustrate how small, many, and smart are emerging as major shifts in warfare, this article will start by examining why it is now possible to create small, smart, and cheap platforms that have sufficient range and combat capability to fulfill the very challenging role of power projection. It will then examine the implications for U.S. defense.
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NEW (Repeated in Reference Section):
NEW: What We Don’t Know About Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 . . .
NEW: Downed Airliner: Fake Audio Tape Shows US-Backed Hit to Frame Russia
NEW: Wayne Madsen MH-17: Beware of the «Chameleon»
Did Putin Prevent Israeli-Originated World War Z?
Long comment and multiple additional references below the fold. All evidence points to Israeli false flag and Ukrainian Ministry of the Interior collaboration in shooting down “pigeon,” with the full active complicity of the US Government particularly CIA and the Department of State. Ethics? We don’t need no stinkin’ ethics!
HOUSE AMENDMENT WOULD CUT NSC BUDGET BY A THIRD
The House of Representatives yesterday approved an amendment to cut the budget for the National Security Council by one third in response to NSC moves to block congressional access to information.
“Over the last few months, we have had several instances in which the National Security staff has mandated that the Department of Defense and other agencies selectively withhold information from congressional oversight committees,” complained Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-NJ), who introduced the amendment. It was not immediately clear which instances of withholding he was referring to.