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Summary of the 2018 Department of Defense Artificial Intelligence Strategy: Harnessing AI to Advance Our Security and Prosperity (published on 12 February, 2018)

The Department of Defense on Feb. 12, 2018 released the "Summary of the 2018 Department of Defense Artificial Intelligence Strategy: Harnessing AI to Advance Our Security and Prosperity". The strategy outlines how DOD will leverage AI into the future.

Key tenets of the strategy:

  • accelerating the adoption of AI;
  • enabling decentralized development and experimentation;
  • evolving partnerships with industry, academia, allies and partners; 
  • cultivating a leading AI workforce;
  • leading in military AI ethics and safety.

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