Quantum, AI, and Geopolitics (2) :
The Quantum Computing Battlefield and the Future

A race has started for quantum technologies or quantum information systems (QIS). Indeed, considering initially and notably the consequences in terms of cryptology – dubbed a “crypto-apocalypse” – no country may allow another state or a foreign company to be the first to develop quantum computing.

However, since the initial worry about cryptology somehow triggered the current quantum revolution, the situation has changed, discoveries have taken place… read more

Shaping the Security of the Cyber Future – Agora 41, Strategic Outreach for the French National Cybersecurity Agency

As we enter the “fourth industrial revolution”, the age of the digital transformation, a new emerging “AI-world”, and the “second quantum revolution”, national and international security must adapt. It must do so by anticipating this future world, avoiding surprises related to new – but also old – threats and dangers, while seizing the immense opportunities offered by what is no less than a change of paradigm (For the labels, respectively, Klaus Schwab, World Economic Forum, Helene Lavoix, The Future Artificial Intelligence – Powered World series, The Red (Team) Analysis Society, Jonathan P. Dowling, Gerard J. Milburn, “Quantum Technology: The Second Quantum Revolution”, 13 Jun 2002, arXiv:quant-ph/0206091v1).

Accès à la version française

The strategy related to cyber space and cyber security varies according to countries – and actors. It is handled in various ways by different types of agencies. After having briefly presented the main French, British and American state actors for cyber security, we shall focus on the French outlook and present the ANSSI, its goals and finally new outreach initiative, Agora 41.

The Coming Quantum Computing Disruption, Artificial Intelligence and Geopolitics (1)

The Red (Team) Analysis Weekly –
8 March 2018

Each week our scan collects weak – and less weak – signals… From breakthrough for quantum computing to the possibility of a new space war through ever-tense quagmire in the Middle East, Russia, China and, who knows, improvement on the Korean Peninsula, should the U.S. not perceive it as the beginning of the end of its […]

The Red (Team) Analysis Weekly –
21 December 2017

As 2017 draws to a close, according to the signals of the Weekly and their evolution over the year, it seems that we are heading towards a year 2018 that is very different from 2017, with probably the rising tension – or “competition” between the U.S. and China – plus Russia – getting ready to […]