artificial intelligence (AI)
Six months into JAIC 2.0, DOD still needs to move faster on AI
The Joint AI Center's transformation into 'JAIC 2.0' has brought added speed to AI adoption, but not enough, its director said.
Military-wide data requirements document coming soon, Joint Chiefs’ Hyten says
Gen. John Hyten said a council he leads is working on a data requirements directive that should lay a detailed foundation for how to the military can use big data.
DARPA’s AI fighter pilot gets more capabilities in latest tests
An artificial intelligence system designed by DARPA that flies fighter jets is gathering steam for full-on live tests later this year.
Pentagon’s Joint Common Foundation AI platform is up and running
The Joint Common Foundation is already hosting data and algorithms, giving service members a new environment to create AI tools.
Congress shows interest in boosting unmanned systems in Navy
The Navy's future fleet could require a lot fewer steering wheels and a lot more artificial intelligence.
Higher speeds, lower costs and other benefits of modern data platforms
The big data question hanging over CIOs and CDOs is how to derive the most value for their mission? Two specialists from Aerospike describe what modern tools can offer.