GeoTech CuesMay 19, 2021
Games with serious consequences: Extremist movements and kayfabe
By Richard J. Cordes
Extremist movements and emergent collectives have found a home in online communities and platforms. In this piece, Nonresident Fellow R.J. Cordes outlines how such groups blur the lines between games and reality and presents a strategy for handling online collectives effectively.
Event RecapFeb 23, 2021
Event recap | Information warfare: An all-domain military and civil deception, from today to 2030
By Inkoo Kang
A discussion hosted by NDIA where panelists debate the evolving nature of "information warfare" and how advanced technologies are blurring the lines between military and civilian deception operations.
RJ Cordes was a nonresident fellow with the Atlantic Council’s GeoTech Center. He is a researcher focused on narrative and memetic Warfare, complex systems, knowledge management systems, and cybernetics. Cordes founded the Cognitive Security and Education Forum and contributes research to a variety of working groups and committees across the US Department of Defense, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and the private sector on topics like gray zone warfare, knowledge management technology, optimization of human learning, and decentralized systems.