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Share this: - Very little is known about the original Sibylline books. The original Sibylline books were closely-guarded oracular scrolls written by prophetic priestesses (the Sibylls) in the Etruscan and early Roman Era as far back as the 6th Century B.C.E. These books were destroyed, partially in a fire in 83 B.C.E., and finally burned by order of the Roman General Flavius Stilicho (365-408 C.E.). -

Who was Cumaean Sibyl?

Cumaean Sibyl was a priestess residing over the Apollonian oracle atCumae, a Greek colony located near Naples, Italy. The wordsibylcomes (via Latin) from the ancient Greek word sibylla, meaning prophetess. In the ancient world there were a number of sibylsactive in various locations. Sibyls would give answers whose value depended upon good questions - unlikeprophetswho typically answered with responses indirectly related to questions asked.

Michelangelo's rendering of the Erythraean Sibyl.

The Cumaean Sibyl became the most famous among the Romans. In ancient Greece, the Erythraean Sibyl became well-known and the Sibyl ofDodona, possibly dating to the second millennium BC according to Herodotus, favored in the east.

Lucius Tarquinius Superbus purchases the Sibylline books

According to legend, Lucius Tarquinius Superbus the legendary seventh and final king of Rome bought the books from Cumaean Sibyl.

When Cumaean Sibyl approached Lucius Tarquinius Superbus she offered him 9 scrolls, but he didn’t want to buy them because they were too expensive.

Tarquinius tried to negotiate about the price, but Sibylle refused to sell the scrolls cheaper. Instead she tossed three of the books into the fire.

For the six remaining books she asked the same price as she had asked for the nine books.

Lucius Tarquinius Superbus

Tarquinius was very displeased about this and made a remark about the scrolls and price. Sibylle responded again by tossing three of the books into the fire. At this point, Tarquinius got worried he would have to leave empty handed. He accepted and paid the price for three remaining although he could have had nine books for the same price.

Whether this story is true or not, remains unknown. It is possible Tarquinius invented this story to defend himself why he had paid too much for the three books.

In order to do that, the system needs to remain relatively open and available to accept rapid and frequent upgrades from a variety of sources. Proprietary approaches to deploying data aren’t going to work anymore, as threats and opportunities change too rapidly not to plug in upgrades on the move.

“We need to be able to plug algorithms in and take them out. We need algorithms from different sources,” he said. “We need to be able to use algorithms that the soldiers and airmen are going to develop themselves. Open needs to be the standard and the expectation.”

The ultimate aim of the program isn’t to build an all-seeing Skynet-type capability, military officials insist. The Pentagon has been careful to keep their distance from talk of autonomous weapons, or calling for completely autonomous surveillance systems that can do everything on their own. “We don’t see [technology] as replacing the airmen, we’re trying to free up time for allowing them to focus on other tasks. We don’t want them to have to stare and count anymore,” Floyd said.

The enthusiasm for Maven, and its rapid deployments, have come at a cost, however. Earlier this year, the project made a big splash after 3,100 Google employees signed a letter protesting their company’s involvement in the program. Google execs were quick to assure its unhappy engineers that the company would never participate in building weapons, but the episode exposed the deep cultural divide between Silicon Valley wunderkinds and the US military.

Pushing back slightly, Floyd said that “I think what you’ll see is there will be those who will partner with us and will help us do the things that we need to do to be successful. Because success revolves around accomplishing the mission rapidly so we can all come home safe and so that we keep collateral damage to a minimum.”

Several representatives from the defense industry told Floyd that they’re eager to help, even if the Googles of the world may not be as enthusiastic. But the cultural disconnect — which former defense chief Ash Carter tried to bridge with his DIUX offices plopped in the middle of tech hotbeds in California, Austin and Boston — is very real. Making it even more problematic, China and Russia face no such limitations. China, in particular, can simply order its tech firms to work on government projects.

Maven only kicked off in April 2017, when then-Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work established the Algorithmic Warfare Cross-Functional Team, which is overseen by the Defense Undersecretary for Intelligence (known as the USDI). The small team initially incorporated its AI tools into 10 sites, with plans to incorporate them into 30 sites by mid-2018, according to a new government assessment of the program.

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