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  • Artificial Intelligence in the History Profession

    Over the last couple of years, artificial intelligence (AI) has seen an uptick in coverage in the media.  Ranging from helpful things like extrapolating information from expansive articles and providing valuable step-off points for writing prompts, to more malicious uses such as art theft and deep fakes, AI is sadly a double-edged sword that is here to stay.  It has become a sort of boogeyman in many circles due to its misuse and mishandling.  It’s common to have a kneejerk reaction to new technology, envisioning the worst-case scenario for its use, and lamenting on the perceived simplicity of the past. This isn’t entirely an outrageous response, either.  Considering that as ages have progressed, there have been increases in struggles and worries.  After all, the more intertwined technology becomes with our everyday lives, the bigger the risk and potential catastrophe when that same technology fails.  Malicious use of any technology is

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Planning Gone Typical: The Schlieffen Plan

We have all heard the saying before: “No plan ever survives the first contact.” Sometimes that plan goes so awry that it no longer maintains its operational integrity. Unfortunately—or fortunately—for the German forces invading France in 1914, their operational plans worked only in theory. Much like the American Rainbow Plans