By Colin Clark, Breaking Defense: “Worth up to $10 billion over a decade, the Pentagon’s attempt to build its first true enterprise-wide cloud has sparked charges that the deal is designed to go straight to Amazon, who already supplies the CIA with its cloud services.
// Jack Corrigan
The Defense Department's research arm is working on a project that connects human operators' brains to the systems they're controlling—and vice versa.
// Patrick Tucker
But their burgeoning approaches to state-sponsored research are divergent as the countries themselves.
(DefenseOne) Air Combat Command chief invites tech firms to help build next-gen tools for the Pentagon. Also says dissent "is part of being an American."
By Ali Crawford, Divergent Options: “Though a battlefield in the future will likely see autonomous decision-making technology as a norm, the transition between modern applications of artificial intelligence and potential applications will focus on incorporating human-machine teaming into existing frameworks.
By Kris Osborn, Warrior Maven: “The Pentagon is making a massive push to accelerate the application of AI to ships, tanks, aircraft, weapons.”
By Richard Kuzma, War on the Rocks: “Data is the lifeblood of AI, and a crucial part of the infrastructure that will need to undergird these new technologies as the U.S. military adopts them.