Recently, Air Force Chief of Staff and General, C.Q. Brown said that moving data and making it accessible is the most important and challenging task in its effort to set up the Advanced Battle Management System, a key component of Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2). JADC2 is focused on centralizing and improving command and control coordination of the battlefield for better decision making and faster response times. In today’s data driven military, edge computing is essential for success in the cyber domain.
Take for a minute and consider these mind boggling statistics of how fast data is growing: In 2019, the number of emails sent every minute was 188 million. At the beginning of 2020, the number of bytes in the digital universe was 40 times more than the number of stars in the observable universe. By 2025, the amount of data generated each day is expected to reach 463 exabytes globally.
How do we transform the DoD and accelerate AI adoption at scale? In a recent webinar, ViON’s Rob Davies posed that question to Colonel Sang Han, Chief of Infrastructure & Platform Division for the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC), Kelli Furrer of Dell Technologies and Anthony Robbins from NVIDIA to discuss the future of AI for the Department of Defense.
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