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  • Writer's pictureJoshua Duvall

GovConJudicata Weekly Debrief (10/30–11/3)

This week's Weekly Debrief covers defense, UFOs, AI, and space.


Defense


  • "The Department of Defense plans to prioritize “learning and agility” as it works to responsibly adopt artificial intelligence capabilities across its mission, according to a new strategy released by the Pentagon on Thursday."

  • "The Defense Intelligence Agency’s ambitious effort to develop a massive, cloud-based database to ingest all-source intelligence — as well as bots to analyze and make sense of that data — is expected to come online as of this coming spring, according to the agency’s director."

  • "The Pentagon’s office to explore unidentified aerial phenomena may never get to the bottom of some of the most famous sightings, due to a lack of data. But it hopes a new reporting mechanism will help."

Space


  • "The Republican leadership of the House Science Committee has introduced legislation that would create a mission authorization system for commercial space activities and alter plans for a space traffic coordination system."

  • "The U.S. Space Force assigned 21 rocket launches to SpaceX and United Launch Alliance, worth about $2.5 billion in total, the military branch told CNBC."

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