To kill the kill chains: How Space Force could use AI to avoid ‘operational surprise’ on orbit

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Artificial intelligence holds promise as a key tool in helping the Space Force achieve what service chief Gen. Chance Saltzman has called “actionable space domain awareness” — that is, timely warning about hostile adversary actions — and avoid “operational surprise,” according to experts.

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Member News, Gregory S. Nixon

This week, Tuskegee University announced that alumnus and BENS Board member Gregory S. Nixon will receive the Inaugural Booker T. Washington Award in Philanthropy. Recipients of this award are recognized for their…

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Member News, Bruce Moseler

BENS Board member Bruce Moseler appeared on Fox News’ ‘Varney & Co.’ where he discussed the impact remote work has had on the evaluation of office buildings. He explained how the market…

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What no expert saw coming: The rise of Japan

Japanese workers are enjoying wage gains not seen in 30 years; China struggles with ever-rising youth unemployment and deflation.

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