Lieutenant Colonel Aaron W. Celaya is the Artificial Intelligence Liaison and Deputy Branch Chief for Doctrine and Concepts at Headquarters, U.S. Space Force. He is concurrently an Air Force Institute of Technology Doctoral Student, New College, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, United Kingdom. His research includes metacognition, trust, and decision confidence in human-machine teams with an emphasis on algorithmic advisement sources. His research is conducted within the Attention and Cognitive Control Laboratory, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, United Kingdom.
In the 18th century, Europe and the United States (U.S.) saw the beginnings of the first industrial revolution. Textiles, steam power, and machine tools mechanized the production of items that had previously been created by the hands of human workers…. Read More
Following World War II and into the Cold War, the United States began utilizing offset strategies to gain strategic and operational advantage over adversaries. These strategies focused on technological advance as key to creating disparities in military and coercive power… Read More