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Can Virtual Reality Help Us Improve Peacekeeping Missions?
15 february 2016
Gaming for Peace aims to change the world using VR
Army’s New Female Body Armor to Have 3D Modeling Help
8 december 2014
To better outfit women in combat, Army researchers will receive sophisticated tools and guidance from an NYC tech firm
Nuclear Bomb Mushrooms Made Pretty
23 september 2014
Two artists team up to question our complex relationship with war and violence
Google Street View Reimagined As A Futuristic Battleground [Pics]
12 july 2013
Google maps is given a twist creating a war-torn world full of machines.
PSFK Gift Of The Day: Jewelry Made From Landmine Shrapnel
9 december 2012
Saught creates products from unexploded bombs to support sustainability in post-conflict countries.
Human Rights Groups Call For An End To Killer Robots
20 november 2012
Autonomous drones that could attack without human intervention make war easier and endanger civilians.
PSFK’s Top Five Stories Of The Week
11 november 2012
A clock that knits a scarf every year and teenagers have invented a generator that runs off urine. We review the best in design, culture, art, fashion and creative business in our weekly roundup.
Combat Soldiers Use Tablets To Strategize Maneuvers
27 february 2012
A lightweight and durable touchscreen device used in military zones.
Neuroscience Breakthrough Might Allow Soldiers To Control Weapons With Their Minds [Headlines]
9 february 2012
Strides in cognitive science may gave rise to new brand of defense technology.
Zuckerberg On ‘War’ With Google, Amazon, Apple [Headlines]
9 november 2011
Facebook's founder does an interview with Charlie Rose on the competition between the major faces of the Internet.
Military Struggles To Find Helium For Spy Blimp Surge [Headlines]
22 september 2011
The Defense Logistics Agency is unable to keep up with the demand in Afghanistan to keep these surveillance tools in the air.
Monocolumn: Quality News Reporting Doesn’t Need HD
22 august 2011
In today's column from Monocle, Alex Crawford of Sky News shows the essence of old-fashioned, frontline reporting.
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