The new undersecretary of defense for research and engineering, Heidi Shyu, laid out some of her top priorities for the Pentagon in its innovation race with China at the Association of the U.S. Army’s annual meeting on Tuesday.
Project Convergence 2022 will help enable the Mission Partner Environment to bring allies and partners together with the U.S. military to fight high-end adversaries, Army leaders said at the Defense News Conference on Sept. 8.
How will the Afghanistan withdrawal affect the Army's future budget? The Army's top leaders talk about how the service is ensuring costs it endured to help end operations is covered at the Defense News Conference.
The U.S. Navy has made significant progress with unmanned systems but needs to move faster — prompting the chief of naval operations to stand up a new task force to help usher unmanned systems into the fleet.
A bipartisan compromise and vote on the 2021 defense policy bill isn’t likely before the Nov. 3 elections―but it should come “quickly” afterwards, the House Armed Services Committee’s top Republican said Wednesday.
Artificial intelligence can't be "owned" by any one entity at the Defense Department, said the head of DARPA. But there does need to be one central hub to manage all of the data supporting AI across the military, he added.
The U.S. national security community and its allies must be more publicly transparent about its methods and its findings if it hopes to fend off information warfare campaigns, a panel of experts said at the Defense News Conference.