Adapting NATO to an Age of Technological Innovation
About this event
The world is entering a new age of innovation. Emerging technologies disrupt the global strategic balance and profoundly impact visions of how we organize our armed forces. NATO needs to facilitate technological cooperation and speed up the adoption of nextgen tech that will enhance the alliance’s resilience and ability to deter. The roles of cloud, 5G, AI, robotization or machine learning are already becoming unavoidable factors in NATO’s five operational domains: land, sea, air, cyber, and space. NATO requires a clear vision as it heads for its June Summit and drafts its new Strategic Concept.
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Bruno LétéSenior Fellow, Security and Defense
Bruno Lété currently serves as a senior fellow at The German Marshall Fund of the United States in Brussels. He provides analysis and advice on trends in geopolitics and on international affairs. He focuses primarily on NATO, t...