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The Langley Files: A CIA Podcast

English, National/National politics/National assembly, 3 seasons, 17 episodes, 8 hours, 57 minutes
The mission of The Langley Files: A CIA Podcast is to educate and connect with the general public, sharing insight into the Agency’s core mission, capabilities, and agility as an intelligence leader…and to share some interesting stories along the way! Each episode is approximately 15-30 minutes in length and will feature our hosts leading conversations with a range of special guests.
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FILE 015 - Spies Supercharged: Talking AI and Digital Innovation at CIA

As part of The Langley Files’ ongoing focus on tech at CIA, Dee and Walter sit down with CIA’s Deputy Director for Digital Innovation, Juliane Gallina, and CIA’s Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer, Lakshmi Raman, to talk about the ones and zeros of spycraft in the 21st century, and how CIA is applying the latest in digital technology to help protect America from threats around the world.Want to dive deeper into today’s episode? Here's a look into more of Langley's (unclassified) files:CIA Names Juliane Gallina as Deputy Director for Digital Innovation For more about the trivia answer: Want to know a little more about Nathan Hale – American patriot, Army Ranger, spy? Check out this article.  Read more about the Nathan Hale statue here.  Do you think you have what it takes to join a team of world-class experts in digital innovation and artificial intelligence? Check out CIA’s career offerings here. In the private sector and have a tech idea to share with CIA?
3/28/202442 minutes, 16 seconds
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FILE 014 - A Conversation with CIA's Spymaster in Chief

From glittering capitals to active warzones, CIA operations officers work across the world to uncover the information needed to keep Americans safe -- and ultimately, they’re all overseen by the Agency’s Deputy Director for Operations at CIA Headquarters. It’s a position traditionally shrouded in secrecy, but on this premiere of The Langley Files Season 3, Dee and Walter sit down with the CIA official who recently assumed that mantle, a veteran CIA operations officer who played a central role in CIA’s efforts to help Ukraine defend itself as Russia’s full-scale invasion commenced. In his first-ever public remarks, you’ll learn what CIA operations officers actually do, what the Agency is looking for in its next generation of them, and why human intelligence remains vital in the era of AI—all straight from the spymaster-in-chief of the world’s premiere foreign intelligence organization.Look Inside FILE 014: Want to dive deeper into today’s episode? Here's a look into more of Langley's (unclassified) files:Want to become one of the CIA operations officers gathering intelligence across the globe to keep Americans and others around the world safe? Follow in Tom’s footsteps and apply here.  Interested in the other high-impact Directorate of Operations roles Tom mentioned? Check out the Collection Management Officer, Targeting Officer, Staff Operations Officer, Directorate of Operations Language Officer positions. Read an overview of CIA’s Directorate of Operations, which conducts human intelligence (or HUMINT) operations and—as directed by the President—covert action, here.*Nothing in this podcast should be construed to be an endorsement by the CIA or the US Government of any particular company, product, or service.*
2/28/202445 minutes, 19 seconds