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New Orbit: Space and an All-Domain Future
As the Department of Defense further explores space as another frontier, plenty of questions remain as to how space missions and capabilities will interact with other defense branches and operations. This digital event will explore how various defense domain puzzle pieces, including the newest space piece, fit into the larger picture of the Joint All-Domain Command & Control (JADC2). For instance, how does digital engineering underpin the...
September 23, 2020
Organizer: Defense One
Location: Webcast
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Advancing the Future of Aerospace Innovation
New technology will play a vital role in future military aircraft, satellites and rockets. How are organizations planning to use these critical technologies and what challenges are standing in the way? This webcast will explore aerospace modernization and what it will take to make innovation a reality. Global Business Editor Marcus Weisgerber will sit down with experts across the military, academia and industry to discuss the technology that w...
August 31, 2020
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group | Defense One
Location: Webcast
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Next in Flight - The Future of Unmanned...
Multi-mission capabilities, inherent to unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs), expand operational flexibility. A new effort to connect multi-mission capabilities to tactical missile systems is just one example of current UAV innovations. This digital event will explore concepts of the future, from operations and loitering drones to ISR and tactical strike capabilities. We’ll investigate ethical challenges surrounding unmanned autonomous ve...
August 18, 2020
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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Linking Land, Air, Sea and Space
The most important element in the battlefield of the future won’t be rockets, bullets, or robots, but data, the ability to collect it at any point and send it precisely to where it needs to be. The shareability of data is at the heart of the U.S. military’s next-generation Multi-Domain Operations concept, a vision of the future in which every tool in the U.S. arsenal, in the land, air, sea, space and cyberspace, can communicate ins...
August 12, 2020
Organizer: Government Executive Media Goup
Location: Webcast
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Powering Mission Readiness: Out of Offi...
With the COVID crisis keeping people out of the office and working from home, this webinar focuses on the challenges unique to the intelligence and national security workforce as it pivots to increase and expand the use of telework. The discussion will focus on teleworking at the DOD and the IC during the COVID crisis, including the technology challenges and resources, opportunities to perform classified work in non-traditional environments,...
July 22, 2020
Organizer: Defense One and Nextgov
Location: Webcast
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Clouds of War
Cloud adoption is a strategic priority of the Department of Defense’s IT modernization initiatives. From the introduction of milCloud and the headline-grabbing JEDI contract, to the ongoing consolidation of cloud networks and pursuit of an enterprise cloud strategy, the Defense Department has committed to supporting the warfighter in the cloud. Looking ahead, how are advances in cloud computing technology affecting the Department of Def...
July 22, 2020
Organizer: Defense One
Location: Webcast
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The Human Machine Team
Tune in for a discussion brought to you by Defense One and INSA where a panel of public and private subject matter experts will discuss the need for both soft and hard skills to build successful AI teams in and out of government. While the increased use of AI requires a workforce specialized in digital skills and data science, success also requires strong critical thinking, problem solving and the use of interdisciplinary methods -- skills tha...
June 25, 2020
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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Genius Machines: AI For Cybersecurity
It’s clear. Cyber will be on the frontlines of future wars. To prepare, the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community and Cyber Command are channeling the power of AI to protect against potential cyber attacks by teaming up to better standardize data collection. During this panel, Nextgov and Defense One will gather tech experts to discuss how battles will be fought by training AI to handle cyber attacks.
June 24, 2020
Organizer: Defense One and Nextgov
Location: Webcast
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Genius Machines: AI On The Battlefied
In order to strengthen our defenses, artificial intelligence is powering more than ever before—including parts of drones, tanks, planes, ships and weaponry. During this digital event, Nextgov and Defense One will sit down with AI and technology experts to discuss how AI is emerging on the battlefield and changing the way we collect information. We’ll also discuss how ethical guidelines are shaping the use of AI in the military.
June 16, 2020
Organizer: Defense One and Nextgov
Location: Webcast
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Genius Machines: AI For Situational Int...
Ask a passerby on the street how federal agencies use AI for intelligence; answers might resemble the stuff of spy movies: drones for espionage, robots that scan faces. But Hollywood may not highlight the myriad applications for AI in federal agencies: AI processes satellite imagery to report and predict severe weather, natural disasters and climate changes more efficiently. It detects infections in patients who aren’t displaying sympto...
June 10, 2020
Organizer: Defense One and Nextgov
Location: Webcast
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