National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence
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.
AI commission tells DOD to get AI infrastructure ready by 2025, or else
In a draft of its final report to Congress, the National Security Commission on AI continues to hammer home the importance of laying a foundation of AI development in DOD.
Pentagon needs a more powerful CTO office, says AI advisory panel
The DOD's CTO needs more teeth, according to the former Deputy Secretary of Defense and the National Security Commissions on Artificial Intelligence.
‘Incremental changes’ not enough for AI workforce development, commission tells Congress
Congress also heard about a digital reserve corps idea and other recommendation to take "bold" action on building an AI workforce.
National Security Commission on AI recommends digital reserve corps and academy
The ideas would help to increase the technology workforce in the government and retain workers in the private secretor through a reserve corps like the military.
Google’s departure from Project Maven was a ‘little bit of a canary in a coal mine’
Leaders of the artificial intelligence project failed to be transparent upfront and did not control the narrative, says Lt. Gen. Jack Shanahan.