WASHINGTON – Military operations are facing an increasingly disruptive battlefield from information warfare, to malicious cyber activity, and political information subversion. Forbes reports. Continue reading original article
The Military & Aerospace Electronics take:
7 Dec. 2020 -- Combating these threats not only requires rapid advancements in data and adoption of transformative technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, but also a change in the traditional culture of all ranks in the military.
Military branches need to be forward thinking to keep up with these adapting environments and threats. In particular, the U.S. Air Force is training personnel by increasing data-use and literacy to improve decisions, readiness, mission operations, and cyber security.
In particular, Eileen Vidrine, the Air Force's chief data officer is adopting tools such as advanced data analytics, AI, and machine learning, and is sharing plans for an Air Force culture change to embrace these kinds of tools.
John Keller, chief editor
Military & Aerospace Electronics