“Is ChatGPT coming for my job”? Some longtime developers are wondering... it's time to address the AI elephant in the room.
Retired U.S. Navy fighter pilot Alex Dietrich shares her thoughts on the power of cooperation in solving unidentified aerial phenomena.
As we look at the technological advancements that lay ahead in the coming year, we’re faced with a time-honored question: at what cost?
Computer scientist Jacques Vallée shares his views on bringing the unique challenge UAP represents "out of the shadows and into the light of day."
A major barrier to our understanding of Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) is not just government secrecy: it’s stigma.
A nation's fight rides on the whims Elon Musk. Is he our hero or will he inevitably be pulled by corporate interests?
The calendar says it’s not too late for Unidentified Aerial Phenomena to become an "October Surprise," and become an issue in the U.S. midterm elections.
In accusing the Ukrainian military of unnecessarily placing civilians in harm, Amnesty International showed off remarkable unfamiliarity with military operations.
As the U.S. military and scientific groups continue trying to learn about UAP, maybe we should consider what the phenomena could know about us.
Is the USAF beginning to show serious concern regarding the UAP issue? It could be that the tide is finally turning.
Authorities in Sweden have said that swarms of mystery drones repeatedly violated restricted airspace over several sensitive areas and government facilities for nearly a week. The incidents began on January 13, when an unidentified drone was spotted flying near Kiruna airport...
Christopher Plain celebrates Thanksgiving, Canadians, and four other bizarre things he has learned over the last year while working here at The Debrief.
The Debrief has you covered with our list of the top five science fiction-themed bars in the world, and yes- you can bring your phaser.
While many scientists downplay the idea of extraterrestrials visiting Earth, looking at a seemingly crazy alternative hypothesis makes for an interesting thought experiment.
A recent government report on UAP resulted in increased media attention, and individuals of high standing taking more interest in the topic.
FTL: if you want to write a space-opera, it’s pretty much a necessity. That’s why it’s such a bummer that warp is basically impossible.
The Debrief has analyzed the Government's recent report on unidentified aerial phenomena with significant takeaways and predictions about what comes next.
On November 17th, 1986, Japan Airlines flight 1628 became involved in one of the most controversial UFO incidents of the 20th century.
Have you ever thought you heard voices or music in the midst of random noise? Then you have likely experienced the common form of sensory illusion known as audio pareidolia.
As AI is used on the battlefield, poor internet access in remote areas can cause it to fail. Can Starlink internet solve this issue?
Researchers were able to produce more than a hundred "chimera" embryos for the purpose of potentially growing human organs for transplant.
Low-orbit internet satellites pose a problem for dictators because regulators can't control them, and they can provide an uncensored internet.
Are those latest images of UAP just "drones and balloons?" Journalist Jazz Shaw weighs in with his thoughts.
What were the "Foo-Fighters" that American night-fighter crews encountered over Europe and the Pacific during World War II?
People of all races encounter the UFO phenomenon, but does race influence whether a witness is believed? The everyday experiences of minorities suggest this is likely the case and ufology suffers for it.
Are we alone in the universe? If not, would we even be able to communicate with aliens should the ever arrive? An interview with Arik Kershenbaum.
Best-selling science fiction author Douglas Richards explains why our exponential technological development is ruining a literary genre.
Nothing burned "Mars mania" into our pop culture like Orson Welles and his live radio broadcast of H.G. Wells' "The War of the Worlds."
Since 1976, scientists have continuously found hints that Mars is habitable and even harboring forms of life deep under the planet's surface.
Recently, a document surfaced stating that the Chinese were building a time machine. Alas, it was a hoax, but time travel happens all the time.
Astrophysicist Pekka Janhunen has published a paper claiming that humans could be living on a space station orbiting Ceres.
China has announced it is building new aircraft carriers and increasing her naval power. Does this represent an increasing threat?
Unbeknownst to them, a secretive technology that might have been in use could spell bad news for pro-Trump extremists who stormed the U.S. Capitol Building. On Wednesday, January 6th, hordes of pro-Trump extremists stormed the U.S. Capitol, sending elected representatives,...
Early Christmas morning, residents of the trendy condos along Second Avenue overlooking the bustling historic district of downtown Nashville, Tennessee, found themselves jolted awake by the startling sounds of rapid gunfire. Just a block shy of the Cumberland River, the...
2020 has seen many advances related to unidentified aerial phenomena, or UFOs, but the subject remains a historical mystery and a challenge to science.
Last week, Google Timnit Gebru, a leader in its ethical AI team. Today, AI experts and ethicists are pondering what this means for the future.
Experts are concerned that lethal drones will be truly transformative when placed into the hands of non-state actors and terrorists.
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Aerial objects of unknown origin have been observed in American skies—and often within controlled military airspace—for decades.