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Details Regarding the Organic Industrial Base (OIB) Master Plan

The Defense Systems Information Analysis Center (DSIAC) was asked for insight and guidance into the fiscal year 2020 National Defense Authorization Act requirement for the development of annual Organic Industrial Base (OIB) master plans detailing…

Sustainment & Logistics Planning Tools & Analysis

DSIAC was tasked with searching for sustainment and logistics planning and analysis tools that are in use, with a focus on those utilized in joint efforts.  DSIAC performed literature searches in open sources and the…

Identifying Applications of Autonomy Applicable to Naval Activities

  The Defense Systems Information Analysis Center (DSIAC) received a technical inquiry requesting examples of applications of autonomy in the commercial sector relevant to the naval enterprise. DSIAC worked with subject matter experts from the…

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Air Force, MIT Launch AI Accelerator

The Air Force and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology plan to launch an artificial intelligence accelerator program focused on fast-tracking AI technologies through fundamental research in computational intelligence, reasoning, decision-making and autonomy. The MIT-Air Force AI Accelerator will research ways to rapidly prototype, scale and apply AI algorithms and systems to broad applications such as

SOCOM to Develop New AI Strategy

TAMPA, Fla. — Special Operations Command plans to craft a new artificial intelligence and machine learning strategy to inform its future spending, according to the organization”s chief data officer. David Spirk Jr. said the blueprint will help SOCOM determine asset allocation for AI as it builds its program objective memorandum for fiscal years 2022 to

Alphabet’s Wing Drones Get FAA Approval to Make Deliveries in the US

Wing commercial service to launch in Virginia in the coming months -will deliver items from local businesses to homes in Blacksburg and Christiansburg, Virginia. Wing, the Alphabet-owned startup, has become the first drone delivery company to gain the Federal Aviation Administration’s approval to make commercial deliveries in the US. Bloomberg reports that the company was