Pentagon's artificial intelligence center to coordinate military AI projects above $15 million

December 11, 2018 at 5:23 PM
The Pentagon's newly established Joint Artificial Intelligence Center will "coordinate" all military AI projects expected to cost more than $15 million to ensure common standards and practices, with the organization expected to take on a greater role for component-specific programs once it receives more funding. JAIC "is now up and running, and open for business," Defense Department Chief Information Officer Dana Deasy said during a House Armed Services emerging threats and technology subcommittee hearing today. Earlier this summer, Deasy was...

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