In May of 2017 the Threatcasting Lab at Arizona State University and the Army Cyber Institute conducted Threatcasting West workshop. Threatcasting is a conceptual framework that allows multidisciplinary (public, private, and academic) groups to envision and plan against threats in the future. In it we not only describe tomorrow’s threats but also identify specific actions, indicators and concrete steps that can be taken today to disrupt, mitigate and recover from these future threats.
With 47 participants from diverse organizations, we created 22 unique futures while exploring complex issues including the advancement of artificial intelligence, the diminishing ability to conduct covert intelligence gathering, the growing complexity of code, and future division of work roles between humans and machines
- Complete analysis still on-going
- Final Report to be complete o/a September 2017