How military services are modernizing edge compute to assist warfighter needs


David Hoon, CTO at Norseman Defense Technologies shares how modern processor technologies are allowing compute and processing to occur at the edge.

Future of innovation at DOD; Federal employee satisfaction down; Improving military recruiting


Partnership for Public Service’s Loren DeJonge Schulman; former Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition Reform Stan Soloway; former Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Manpower and Reserve Affairs Dan Sitterly.

2020 in review: Joint AI Center gets a ‘2.0’ and a clear path forward


The JAIC had a year full of major changes, from a new director to a new direction. JAIC 2.0 is now ready to focus on war fighting.

Air Force to test flying cars in early 2021


The Agility Prime program, which pulls in private investment, is ready for another test of flying cars for military and commercial markets.

Google Cloud powering new Air Force flight simulators


The Joint Immersive Training System (JITS) is a cloud-based training system that can scale across the Air Force and drive costs down, officials say.

Army Cyber Command is ‘evolving’ beyond cyber-operations


Army Cyber Command's mission is "evolving" to focus on operations not strictly limited to traditional cyber operations, its command general said.