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How modern militaries are leveraging AI
By Tate Nurkin, Julia Siegel
Tate Nurkin and Julia Siegel explore the implications of incorporating artificial intelligence into military operations and the challenges of the US Department of Defense's adoption of human-machine teaming.
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Operationalizing integrated deterrence: Applying joint force targeting across the competition continuum
By Gen James Cartwright, USMC (ret.), Lt Col Justin M. Conelli, USAF, Clementine G. Starling, and Julia Siegel
General James E. Cartwright, Lieutenant Colonel Justin M. Conelli, Clementine G. Starling, and Julia Siegel advance a framework for operationalizing integrated deterrence.
Julia Siegel is an associate director in the Forward Defense practice of the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security.
In her role, Siegel supports Forward Defense’s programming and research on space security, operational concepts and capabilities, and gray-zone competition. Through her time at the Council, she has contributed to reports and analyses on the trends and technologies shaping the space domain, the United States’ approach to hybrid conflict, and the future of air warfare.
Siegel graduated with highest distinction from the University of Virginia’s Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy with a bachelor of arts in public policy and leadership and a second major in Spanish. Prior to joining the Atlantic Council, she worked at the University of Virginia’s National Security Policy Center, where she conducted research on the US Space Force and Chinese naval diplomacy.