The military is currently researching a wide range of potential uses for AI that includes having AIs operate both independently and in conjunction with humans

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming the driving force behind a good portion of modern military research. From developing ways for AI to help to analyze intelligence reports to improving weapon systems and detecting fraud, the potential for AI to become a force multiplier is nearly limitless. However, there are also some big challenges that must be overcome before the military can begin to reap the full benefits of this emerging and evolving technology.

Government and industry leaders recently gathered at a FedInsider roundtable discussion to discuss the challenges and opportunities The Department of Defense faces with its AI military integration.

Featured Experts:

Jeffrey Lush, CIO, Air University, USAF
Jeffrey Lush
Chief Information Officer,
Air University, U.S. Air Force
Jaime Fitzgibbon, Program Manager, AI/ML Portfolio, Defense Innovation Unit
Jaime Fitzgibbon
Program Mgr., AI/ML Portfolio,
Defense Innovation Unit
Mark Munsell, Deputy Director, Data & Digital Innovation, NGA
Mark Munsell
Deputy Director, Data & Digital
Innovation, NGA
Jon Ludwigson, Director, Contracting & National Security Acquisitions Team, GAO
Jon Ludwigson
Director, Contracting & National
Security Acquisitions Team, GAO
COL (Ret.) Doug Drakeley, Advisory Board, SambaNova
COL (Ret.) Doug Drakeley
Advisory Board,
SambaNova Systems
Sean Plankey, Federal CTO, DataRobot
Sean Plankey
Federal CTO,<