AI capabilities ‘of highest importance’ for NATO transformation efforts
Modernizing weapons and achieving warfare advantage will depend on nations' abilities to unleash AI, a NATO exec said.
With new duties, NGA plans to hasten automation opportunities and create open-data repository
The agency is looking for the full spectrum of technologies to achieve its requirements for Project Maven.
Raytheon on why extensive automation is key as joint force pushes toward JADC2
Jody Morrison, executive director for digital technology strategy & architecture at Raytheon, shares his insights on automation’s role in transforming data. He says that extensive automation, cross-domain data flow, software machine-learning driven assistance and the commander’s decision-making will “breed higher-quality decisions” for the forces.
Pentagon reaches important waypoint in long journey toward adopting ‘responsible AI’
There’s a lot to unpack in the Pentagon’s new high-level plan of action to ensure all artificial intelligence use under its purview abides by U.S. ethical standards. Experts are weighing in on what the document means for the military’s pursuit of this crucial technology. In many ways, the Responsible AI Strategy and Implementation Pathway, released last week, marks the culmination of years of work in the Defense Department to drive…
What Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is revealing about tech in modern warfare
Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine is teaching national security experts new things about the current status of artificial intelligence and automation in modern warfare — and how to prepare for possible future conflicts with authoritarian regimes. Much of the devastation so far is the result of conventional military systems. That likely won’t always be the case, former Defense Department officials and military experts warned this week. “We haven’t seen a…