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IC Must Embrace Public Data to Use AI Effectively: Sue Gordon

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


To stay ahead of adversaries, the IC must change its internal “data ownership” culture that allows those who collect data to believe “they are the ones who get to determine how it’s used,” says Sue Gordon.

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AFRL Moving New Capabilities to Warfighters Fast: Cooley

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AFA 2019: Maj. Gen. William Cooley explains to Breaking D how Air Force Research Lab is shaping its efforts to move cutting-edge tech to warfighters in the field. AI, autonomy and networking capabilities to link sensors and shooters top the priorities list for the lab’s yet to be established priority “Vanguard” programs, Cooley told Theresa… Keep reading →

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EXCLUSIVE: AFRL Top Tech Picks? AI, Autonomy & Sensor Networking Likely

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“So, we’re purposely trying to identify those things that may fundamentally change the way in which we are approaching warfare and our concept of operations.”

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Intel Community Grapples With Key Open Source Intel

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“In our defeat-ISIS activities, we’ve had a struggle and presently continue to struggle with the challenge of open source and publicly available information, and how we leverage that to make it truly useful for the warfighter,” Jospeh Votel, former head of both Special Operations Command and Central Command.

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The Next Battlefield: Robots & AI In Cislunar Space

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Air Force Space Command deputy Maj. Gen. John Shaw says the US probably won’t be using piloted Tie Fighters in future space wars. But…

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New Digital Strategy: DoD CIO To Oversee All $46.4B In DoD IT

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DoD’s IT spending includes “a budget of more than $46.4 billion in fiscal year 2019, roughly 10,000 operational systems, thousands of data centers, tens of thousands of servers, millions of computers and IT devices, and hundreds of thousands of commercial mobile devices.”

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Ethics At Heart Of Thales’ AI Strategy

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“While it is not up to Thales to decide what is or is not ethical, it is up to us to develop technologies that enable our customers to implement ethical principles,” says David Sadek, director of AI research for French electronics giant Thales.

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NGA’s Sharp: Modernizing NGA’s IT and Ground Key To Predicting Events

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“If you’re looking for an area to partner with us, I highly recommend you focus on Artificial Intelligence, Automation and Augmentation — what we call AAA,” Vice Adm. Bob Sharp the industry audience at GEOINT 2019 in San Antonio today.

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DUSDI Bingen: DCGS, TPEDS Slow Intelligence Sharing

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USDI Kari Bingen says that DoD’s mission “is hampered when we have to pay in time and money analysts and experts to manually translate data files … to makes systems and data interoperable because of proprietary data standards and formats.”

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Artificial Intelligence: Ethics, Congress, Data And The Tech [Sponsored]

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Join me as I explore the intricacies of ethics, technology, policy and politics with three experts on this somewhat arcane subject.

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