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Army, Defense AI Chief Seek to Improve US Data Sharing With Allies

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Army, Defense AI Chief Seek to Improve US Data Sharing With Allies

Interoperability between the United States and its allies is the focus of collaboration between the U.S. Army and the Department of Defense Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Officer.

At the recent Army’s Technical Exchange Meeting in Georgia, Young Bang, principal deputy assistant secretary of the Army for acquisition, logistics and technology, said the partnership aims to create and deploy a data mesh as part of a plan allowing forces to get into a “fight tonight” posture.

The collaboration is part of the Global Information Dominance Experiments, an effort aiming to enhance data sharing and integration issues affecting the Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control strategy, DefenseScoop reported.

Bang has been at the forefront of the Army’s modernization initiatives. He is among the key figures calling for the service to assess its data management strategy to include more 5G technologies and objectives.

He is also behind calls for the military branch to prioritize data processed to insights, something that would help soldiers make better decisions on the battlefield.

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