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The Air Force and the Chief Digital and AI Office laid out AI development plans.
Top SOCOM AI and data leaders discuss the importance of data management for AI excellence in an interview and at the DOD Digital & AI Symposium.
Army CIO Dr. Raj Iyer said the department is 'at an inflection point' for IT modernization to meet future threats.
CIO John Sherman and new CDAO Craig Martell reveal priorities for the department's approach to AI.
The Army's digital transformation relies on its ability to share data rapidly and securely while iterating on new technologies for a military environment.
Zero trust interoperability is critical for DOD in order to implement JADC2.
Commercial cloud-hosted collaboration tools will be a critical component for JADC2.
Data and cyber leaders detailed challenges with C2 modernization and how it will be the foundation for JADC2 implementation.
DISA leaders highlighted a common approach to IT modernization at AFCEA TechNet Cyber 2022.
DOD leaders say you can't have JADC2 without zero trust and a "data-centric" approach to cyber.
The key to successful cybersecurity is "know thyself."
Modernizing systems for more mobile environments can ensure efficient applications of AI and biometrics in tandem to pinpoint enemies.
Defense officials described how zero trust, ICAM solutions, DevSecOps and common data standards will optimize JADC2 implementation.
Though still in its infancy, collecting and making actionable data can provide insights on optimal performance of service members.
Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) sensors collect enormous swaths of data. AI can help prioritize data loads for savvier warfighting decisions.
The COVID-19 pandemic made the Enterprise Cloud Management Agency nimbler and more intentional about cloud management and remote work.
A new Chief Digital and AI Officer will streamline and build upon AI efforts across DOD like those in the Air Force.
JAIC is hopeful an increase in AI opportunities will enable the services to leave behind a hardware past and embrace a software future.
Ahead of the release of the Army Digital Transformation Strategy, Army CIO Raj Iyer and others discuss what it takes to achieve their vision of a unified network.
Leaders say they will be "ruthless" with their budgets and current investments to drive highly effective, interoperable IT.