Now the Air Force has an artificial intelligence team


The Air Force has created a special team focused on artificial intelligence and one of its first tasks will be to ensure the service has a pipeline to deliver advancement in AI to airmen.

Over the last year, the Pentagon has kicked off a series of artificial intelligence initiatives. Capt. Michael Kanaan, Air Force enterprise lead for artificial intelligence and machine learning, said at a Dec. 4 AFCEA event that the service’s AI cross functional team, as it is called, is still in its infancy. Air Force leaders created the team in November and its first meeting is scheduled for Dec. 7. Then, officials will hash out what commonalities the team’s members share and work to guarantee that the Air Force’s capability developments council can provide AI-related products to airmen.

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