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The Department of Defense (DoD) is focusing on integrating artificial intelligence (AI) into its operations to address various threat scenarios. The DoD is implementing a new initiative called AI Scaffolding to best apply and operationalize AI. This initiative aims to solve problems related to contested battlespace, electronic warfare, insider threats, supply chain security, and hypersonics and missile defense.

The integration of AI into the military requires making it a part of military career choices and empowering Chief Data Analytics Officers (CDAOs) to drive real defense innovation. The DoD is also preparing to prototype an AI “concierge” to assist the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).

Space Force is exploring the use of AI to avoid operational surprises in orbit and is considering ways to eliminate kill chains. The Navy has established Task Group 59.1 to usher unmanned systems into the operational realm, following the Department of Defense’s interest in digital engineering, and General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) plans to increase its investment in digital engineering.

The UK is starting radar integration for the next-generation Eurofighter Typhoon, which will offer powerful electronic warfare capabilities. The Army aims to democratize data with ADP 2.0, while the DoD has made progress in adopting innovative technologies, there is still work to be done.

Key Points:

  • The DoD is implementing AI Scaffolding to solve critical problems such as contested battlespace, electronic warfare, insider threats, supply chain security, and hypersonics and missile defense.
  • Integrating AI into the military requires making it a part of military career choices and empowering CDAOs to drive defense innovation.
  • The DoD plans to prototype an AI “concierge” for DISA, and Space Force is exploring AI to eliminate operational surprises in orbit.
  • The Navy has established Task Group 59.1 to usher unmanned systems into the operational realm, and GDIT plans to increase its investment in digital engineering.
  • The UK is integrating radar capabilities into the next-generation Eurofighter Typhoon, focusing on powerful electronic warfare capabilities.
  • The Army aims to democratize data with ADP 2.0, while the DoD has made progress in adopting innovative technologies.
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