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Data Mesh Services Demonstrated During CDAO’s GIDE 9

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Data Mesh Services Demonstrated During CDAO’s GIDE 9

The ninth iteration of the Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office’s Global Information Dominance Experiments program has focused on demonstrating vendor-agnostic data mesh services, which enabled a secure flow of information to various operational systems, including the Department of Defense’s development pipeline.

At the Center for Strategic and International Studies on Tuesday, Air Force Col. Matthew Strohmeyer, director of the GIDE program and a former Potomac Officers Club speaker, said the data mesh services will enable training and developing the next round of AI models for GIDE and provide combatant commands with the capability to exchange information on the global scale, Federal News Network reported.

According to Strohmeyer, the demonstrated data mesh network has an intelligent data routing capability that secures information in case a part of the mesh goes down.   

GIDE 9, which concluded last week, also tested generative AI tools for logistics-related tasks.

Activities under the program are designed to test and evaluate technologies and machine learning and artificial intelligence models that can advance the Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control warfighting concept.

The 10th GIDE iteration will begin in about four weeks, DefenseScoop reported.

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