The Intelligence Brief brings news about the potential discovery of alien life in 2024. The World Economic Forum’s Global Threats Report identifies misinformation and disinformation as the top global risk. The United States Space Force is working with Microsoft on a space simulation program. The Micah Hanks Program provides a breakdown of a recent classified briefing on UAP, and The Debrief Weekly Report discusses blue light technology, dislike of vegetables, and research into dark energy. There are hints from respected members of the scientific community that a major discovery involving alien life may be imminent, with speculation centered on biosignatures detected in the atmosphere of an exoplanet. However, NASA has not confirmed definitive evidence of life on an exoplanet from the James Webb Space Telescope. Regardless, the presence of dimethyl sulfide on the exoplanet K2-18 b makes it a likely candidate for the discovery of alien life. In the context of the current evidence and speculations, 2024 is shaping up to be a historic year in terms of our understanding of the universe and our place in it. The possibility of a major discovery could provide the most convincing evidence to date that life exists on other worlds. The report also includes information on organized crime’s use of artificial intelligence and cryptocurrencies, as well as research into the effects of vaping cannabis and the threat of misinformation and disinformation.