Every morning, analysts, operators, and policymakers arrive at their desks to read the latest news and intelligence reporting that has come in during the past day. The daily rhythm of “reading the morning traffic” has remained largely unchanged since the 1950s. Professionals in the intelligence community and military spend upwards of a third of their days poring over incoming cables to stitch together a coherent picture of worldwide events. Policymakers and senior military commanders increasingly struggle to consume the enormous volume of daily reporting and rely on analysts and operators to deliver tailored intelligence briefings to help them keep up.
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