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The Department of the Air Force is working to create new career fields in areas like software development, data science, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, hoping to attract digital experts away from private-sector technology jobs and bring the service into the 21st century. Lt. Gen. ...
The latest cohort of start-ups nurtured by the AFRL’s Space Force Accelerator Program demonstrated their technology recently at the Catalyst Accelerator in Colorado Springs. The eight companies showcased products ranging from bleeding edge innovations using ultra-wideband lasers to store data as photons in motion to ...
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Giving Airmen the Edge: The Promise of JADC2

Oct. 28, 2020
U.S. military information dominance has for decades been a tool to maintain dominance in air, land, sea, space, and cyberspace. Better intelligence means better situational awareness. By collecting more accurate, timely data, and more rapidly delivering it to those who need it most, U.S. forces ...
The Pentagon this month debuted an overarching data strategy to move the military toward cloud storage, information-crunching algorithms, and predictive analytics for digital-age warfare. “Adversaries are also racing to amass data superiority, and whichever side can better leverage data will gain military advantage,” Deputy Defense ...
Check out "The New Digital Experience," a panel held as part of the Air Force Association's virtual Air, Space & Cyber Conference that featured a conversation between Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. Stephen "Seve" Wilson, USAF Chief Transformation Officer Lauren Knausenberg, ...
This video captures the "JADC2" panel from the Air Force Association's virtual Air, Space & Cyber Conference, during which Lt. Gen. B.J. Shwedo, retired Lt. Gen. William J. Bender, Lt. Gen. Chance Saltzman, and Maj. Gen. Angela Cadwell engaged in a discussion about joint all-domain ...