AI, space, integrated sensing and cyber dominate Pentagon’s S&T funding plans

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The Department of Defense is requesting $17.2 billion for science and technology projects in fiscal 2025, and most of it would be dedicated to three capability areas — AI and autonomy, space, and integrated sensing and cyber — according to a presentation by the Pentagon’s CTO.

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Event Recap – May 13, 2024

On May 2nd General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr. USMC (Ret.), former CENTCOM Commander joined BENS Boston members for a discussion on the Middle East. General McKenzie gave an in-depth overview of where the…

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