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Is the DoD Really Serious About Becoming AI-Ready?
One of the main recommendations from the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence’s final report released in 2021 was that the U.S. Department of Defense must be AI-ready by 2025. This guidance was based on concerns that China was moving rapidly to overcome U.S. technological advantages and the impact this maneuvering would have on the …
ChatGPT: Friend or Foe to the Intelligence Community
I think it is safe to say that large language models and generative artificial intelligence, like ChatGPT, have taken the worlds of technology and work by storm. The unique capabilities of ChatGPT present an opportunity to enhance productivity across a wide number of functions. New research out of MIT supports this thought: “The ChatGPT using group …
National Security at Risk: Upskilling/Reskilling Not Keeping Pace With Advancements in Tech
A National Skills Coalition report released earlier this week, Closing the Digital Divide: The Payoff for Workers, Business and the Economy, states that 92 percent of jobs today require digital skills. You read that right. We live in an era when technological advancements are a constant and it’s hard for organizations in both the public and …