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INTLPOL 340: Technology, Innovation and Great Power Competition (MS&E 296)

This course explores how new technologies pose challenges and create opportunities for the United States to compete more effectively with rivals in the international system with a focus on strategic competition with the People's Republic of China. In this experiential policy class, you will address a priority national security challenge employing the "Lean" problem solving methodology to validate the problem and propose a detailed technology informed solution tested against actual experts and stakeholders in the technology and national security ecosystem. The course builds on concepts presented in MS&E 193/293: Technology and National Security and provides a strong foundation for MS&E 297: Hacking for Defense.
Terms: Aut | Units: 4
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