Synthetic Reality Technology (DEEP FAKE) | [ BRAINS2 Türkiye* Implementation Program ] “Building DeepFake Product and Defence Ecosystem”


* BRAINS2 TÜRKİYE is a brand/initiative with multi-programs based in Turkey which develops market, ecosystem and capacity in the ‘Biotechnology’, ‘Robotics’, ‘Artificial Intelligence’, ‘Nanotechnology’, ‘Space’ and ‘Strategic Services’ fields. The programs planned through identical visions and strategies for each main fields which transforms the new business models and multidimensional power distribution in the global economy, are implemented under the common title of BRAINS2 TÜRKİYE. ...

[ BRAINS2 Türkiye* Implementation Program ]
Synthetic Reality Technology
“Building DeepFake Product and Defence Ecosystem“
* BRAINS2 TÜRKİYE is a brand/initiative with multi-programs based in Turkey which develops market, ecosystem and capacity in the ‘Biotechnology’, ‘Robotics’, ‘Artificial Intelligence’, ‘Nanotechnology’, ‘Space’ and ‘Strategic Services’ fields. The programs planned through identical visions and strategies for each main fields which transforms the new business models and multidimensional power distribution in the global economy, are implemented under the common title of BRAINS2 TÜRKİYE.

BRAINS2 TÜRKİYE Programs, titled "Building International Comparative Vision, Strategy, Ecosystem and Market", aims to explore and understand the technologies involved in Turkey's strategic agenda, within the scope of its current scientific and industrial strength/potential, to examine which of the domains in such technologies may promise the highest potential for future growth, and the National Sectors and their advantages that they may have from this growth. The new ecosystems, which is the subject matter of BRAINS2 TÜRKİYE in this context, grow by ten billion dollars each year with the markets emerging in various domains, ranging from SMEs to main contractors and technology companies or startups, creating huge markets, which have not matured yet but have the potential to create new opportunities, and continues to grow with many new technological developments and private sector initiatives. The National Sectors, the boundaries and scale of which become clear as the research efforts to explore the unutilized capacity that boosts both public and private sectors progress through the BRAINS2 TÜRKİYE’s subject-specific programs with the objective of identifying the most feasible and promising national interest areas, has become a part of the sectors that have the potential of the highest impact on the competitiveness, economic effectiveness and growth. Synthetic Reality Technology, the first application program as part of BRAINS2 TÜRKİYE, will be held under the theme "Building DeepFake Product and Defence Ecosystem". The program, which is proactively shared with all the key authorities, is announced through online platforms.

The efforts of the US to create a new-age national security infrastructure that fits well the needs of the 21st century have also been explored as part of the Program, which was developed within the framework of the integration of early-stage high-tech solutions into the national security ecosystem at the very beginning of the commercialization process. Findings, analyses and recommendations on the ways designed by the US to withstand asymmetric threats in the new world, and how Turkey can respond to similar threats with brand-new approaches, given the current circumstances, as well as the earlier phase technology model developed by a distinguished team in our corporate ecosystem are introduced in this framework.

Elimination of Asymmetrical Threats by New Generation Purchasing Models

The concept of "asymmetric threat", which was introduced by the US and the UK in the 1990s, is a nomenclature used to describe threats that the world is not familiar with, and includes elements of unconventional warfare using unprecedented methods. Although it became more widespread after the September 11 attacks, this approach, which has increasingly become familiar to today's world, basically points to the radical changes must be provided by relevant institutions in their value chains.

The decision of the US-based national security institutions to change the paradigm in their old security visions, which was built on the ground of countering the threats of the Cold War period, dates back to the September 11 attacks. In this context and as an outcome of the efforts to explore and understand the US's new national security infrastructure and possible challenges that may be encountered in the 21st century, the experts have tried to build a dynamic security ecosystem that have the ability to turn the potential asymmetric threats into opportunities at their very early phases. One of the most important problems identified was that the purchasing models of all the security institutions could not perfectly serve the needs of the government. It is concluded that there were still major supply problems in the most crucial link of the value chain, which were not in harmony with the prevailing tendency of the time.

If we inquire into the key resources of innovation standing at the core of the US governmental body, we see that there are three significant organizations that promote novel technology development in cooperation with the Ministry itself and private corporations, under the US Ministry of Defense.

Defense Advanced Research Projects Authority (DARPA), which is the most prominent among these three governmental bodies, analyzes the warfare modalities of the future and produces sort of disruptive technologies for both the US's national security and military objectives. Certain inventions, such as stealth aircrafts, armed or non-armed drones, and broadband internet routers, are just some of the outcomes that demonstrate how crucial DARPA is. However, the major deficiency in this organization that it has had to focus only on long-term, and "high return-high risk" research projects instead of concentrating on short-term national security solutions.

The second major organization, which is the Federal Government Supported Research and Development Centers (FFRDC), conducts research projects to provide solutions for a set of complex technical issues arising between universities and non-profit organizations. These organizations seek to focus on research activities for what the public interest entails, instead of producing the goods by themselves. The major problems concerning these organizations are the relatively slow progress in the processes, the presence of cumbersome bureaucracy and the inability to adapt to solutions for rapidly developing Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).

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