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05/20/2022
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What Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is revealing about tech in modern warfare

Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine is teaching national security experts new things about the current status of artificial intelligence and automation in modern warfare — and how to prepare for possible future conflicts with authoritarian regimes. Brandi Vincent has the story.


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Senators urge funding TMF with ‘at least $300M’ in fiscal 2023

A trio of senior senators wrote appropriators in their chamber Thursday urging them to include at least $300 million in fiscal 2023 for the Technology Modernization Fund. Billy Mitchell has more.


VA inventorying data assets, constructing virtual test environment for AI apps

The Department of Veterans Affairs is inventorying all of its data assets to ensure it’s at the quality needed to enable artificial intelligence, according to the senior adviser for strategic initiatives. Dave Nyczepir has more from the VA.


Space Force will likely add a component to Cyber Command, senior official says

As the newest military branch, the Space Force is currently leveraging the Air Force’s component to U.S. Cyber Command as its conduit and connection to the organization. But that may change, according to a senior official. Brandi has this too.


Special Operations Command trying to prepare for quantum computing threat

U.S. Special Operations Command is worried about the future threat from adversaries’ quantum technologies, and officials are trying to get out ahead of the problem. Jon Harper has this.


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