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cyberintelligence

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

cyber- +‎ intelligence

NounEdit

cyberintelligence (uncountable)

  1. Intelligence (political or military information) gathered on the Internet.
    • 2007 March 25, Jim Dwyer, “City Police Spied Broadly Before G.O.P. Convention”, New York Times:
      These include a sample of raw intelligence documents and of summary digests of observations from both the field and the department’s cyberintelligence unit.
  2. (rare) Artificial intelligence.
    • 1998, Terry Jones, Douglas Adams, Starship Titanic
      A massive cyberintelligence system was required to run the ship, of course, but, as we now know, intelligence devoid of emotion is nonfunctional.