According to Breaking Defense, “Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering Michael Griffin said last week that he wants to use it to bring together Pentagon planners and the intelligence community, allowing them to sit shoulder to shoulder and collaborate. They’ll also be tasked with working on ways to get the plodding government tech acquisition community to buy in on AI and organize the almost 600 projects being worked at the Pentagon that involve some form of AI.
” The center is one of the recommendations from the Defense Innovation Board: “This center should coordinate research in these areas across the department and liaise with other labs in the private sector and universities and should also conduct educational efforts to inform the department about the implications of these advances for the defense enterprise.”
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