The Department of the Air Force is offering the Data, Analytics, and Artificial Intelligence Forum in Herndon, Virginia, from April 24-27. The event is presented by both Chief Data and Artificial Intelligence Office and the Office of Studies and Analysis.
Registration is now open for a 4-day gathering of leading AI and data experts to expand collaborations among government, military, academia, and industry stakeholders. Demonstrations and discussions will be held among the nation’s top players.
Wayne Schatz (Director of the Office of Studies and Analysis) and Eileen Vidrine (Department of the Air Force Chief Data and Artificial Intelligence Officer) work together to achieve mission success by enabling decision superiority through strategic delivery and sustainability of high-quality, enterprise-level data and artificial intelligence capabilities.
“To be AI ready by 2025 and AI competitive by 2027, the Chief Data and Artificial Intelligence Office and the Office of Studies and Analysis are partnering to accelerate the transformative benefits of integrated data and analytics,”
“Without accurate, reliable data, there cannot be trusted analysis or AI.”
The Department of Defense’s Joint All-Domain Command and Control and the Air Force’s Advanced Battle Management System, responding to an urgent need, hosts a forum featuring experts in data, AI, and analytics. Its purpose is to link sensors with shooters across all services in all domains.
Registration for the DAF’s first Data, Analytics, AI Forum is now open, and interested participants can sign up to attend this informative and engaging event. With a wide range of sessions, workshops, and keynote speeches, the forum promises to deliver a comprehensive and informative experience for all attendees.
Overall, the DAF’s first Data, Analytics, AI Forum is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in data, analytics, and AI to learn, share, and connect with others in the field. Don’t miss out on this exciting event, and register today to secure your spot. We look forward to seeing you there!
Source: Air Force