GovConJudicata Weekly Debrief (10/30–11/3)
This week's Weekly Debrief covers defense, UFOs, AI, and space.
"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."
"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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