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ARLINGTON, Va. (AFNS) —
The Department of the Air Force‘s Chief Data and Artificial Intelligence Office Partners with the Department of the Air Force-Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Artificial Intelligence Accelerator to Present its First Data Forum and Artificial Intelligence in Lexington, Massachusetts, August 24-25.
Brig. General John M. OlsonDAF’s first data and AI manager, accelerating the pace at which the Air Force drives digital fluency and creates reliable and seamless integration of data and AI, delivering state dominance States and its strategic partners.
Modern warfare requires information at the periphery, where it is most vulnerable. For this cause, the Chief Data and Artificial Intelligence Office and the Department of the Air Force-Massachusetts Institute of Technology Artificial Intelligence Accelerator are teaming up to accelerate the breakthrough benefits of integrated data fabrics.
This summit will feature subject matter experts who will share their extensive knowledge of data, AI and analytics as part of an effort to support initiatives such as the Department of Defense and Air Force Advanced Combat Management System to meet a critical need, connect sensors with shooters across all services in all areas.