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In this Armed with Science interview, Jessica L. Tozer interviews Dr. Mark T. Maybury, the senior chief scientist for the United States Air Force. Dr. Maybury discusses what it's like to be the chief scientist, what it means to have a degree in artificial intelligence, how science fiction can help foster creative realities, and the importance of STEM.

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This work, Dr. Maybury - The Air Force Super Scientist, by Jessica Tozer, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.18.2012

Date Posted:10.18.2012


Audio ID:31218



Location:THE PENTAGON, DC, USGlobe

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