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DoD: Artificial Intelligence to Future Warfare

WASHINGTON, April 9, 2018 - Mining the advantages of artificial intelligence is in the best interest of national security, a senior Pentagon official said today at the New America Future of War Conference here. Michael D. Griffin, undersecretary of defense...

Artificial intelligence: Stop Killer Robots

They will be “weapons of terror, used by terrorists and rogue states against civilian populations. Unlike human soldiers, they will follow any orders however evil,” says Toby Walsh, professor of artificial intelligence about the future robots, at the University...

Virtual Training Prepares Army Rangers

LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Va. – Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) recently provided simulated training at its Distributed Training Center (DTC) to Army Rangers from the 2nd Ranger Battalion at Langley Air Force Base, Virginia. The virtual training, given to...

U.S Department of Defense: Weapons Procurement Cost Estimate of $1.92 trillion

The U.S Department of Defense estimates that the cost for the acquisition of major weapons platforms rose from $1.74 trillion to $1.92 trillion in 2017, Defense News reported Tuesday. The figure represents a 10 percent increase from the previous year’s projections,...

New Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle to the U.S. Army

The Army’s primary armored fighting force is the Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT), which consists of layered and synchronized capabilities enabling it to carry out full spectrum operations anywhere in the world. The Army’s new Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) is...

UK backs Brimstone missile to 2030 from MBDA

The United Kingdom has awarded MBDA a £400 million contract for the capability sustainment programme (CSP) of the advanced Brimstone air-to-surface missile, to extend its service life beyond 2030. Under the capability sustainment programme effort, MBDA will manufacture new Brimstone...

IAF commits to 324 Tejas fighters, provided a good Mark-II jet is delivered

NEW DELHI - After years of being critical of the Tejas fighter, which is still not combat-ready 35 years after the Light Combat Aircraft project was first approved by the government, the IAF has now agreed to induct 324...

Embraer and SkyTech sign letter of intent for up to six KC-390 multi-mission aircraft

Singapore, February 6, 2018 – Embraer Defense & Security announced today, at the Singapore Airshow, the signing of a Letter of Intent with aviation services company SkyTech for up to six new KC-390 multi-mission transport aircraft. The aircraft are earmarked...

BAE Systems receives U.S. Army contract to begin M109A7 full-rate production

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE) — The U.S. Army has awarded BAE Systems a contract that clears the path to begin full-rate production of the company’s M109A7 Self-Propelled Howitzer and M992A3 ammunition carrier vehicles. The contract includes an initial $413.7...

Dassault Rafale: towards standard F4

Saint-Cloud, 22 March 2017 – On 20 March 2017, the French Minister for Defense, Mr. Jean-Yves Le Drian, authorized the start of development of the new RAFALE F4 standard. Dassault Aviation and the 500 French companies associated with the RAFALE...
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Falkonry design win with the U.S. Navy

Falkonry, the innovation leader in Operational AI, today announced a significant design win with the Naval Surface Warfare Center...
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