Pentagon’s artificial intelligence (AI) center focuses on joint warfighting and intelligence gathering

Sept. 24, 2020
The JAIC also is working on a cognitive assistant tool to drive faster decision-making through AI-enabled predictive analytics.

WASHINGTON – The Pentagon’s artificial intelligence (AI) hub is working on tools to help in joint, all-domain operations as department leaders seek to use data to gain an advantage on the battlefield. C4ISRnet reports. Continue reading original article

The Military & Aerospace Electronics take:

24 Sept. 2020 -- This year, officials of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) kicked off their organization's joint warfighting initiative, under which they are developing algorithms to provide the armed services and combatant commands with AI tools to accelerate decision-making.

The center is heavily involved in the Air Force’s Advanced Battle Management System, the service’s primary lever to enable the Joint All-Domain Command and Control concept.

The center focuses on using AI to link systems involved in intelligence gathering to the operations and effects piece of all-domain operations.

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John Keller, chief editor
Military & Aerospace Electronics

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