Integrating AI in military

Artificial Intelligence is tossed around in almost every concern of the globe as a buzzword for the future. However, the reality is, AI is here and will continue to make strides in every industry.

As with every new technology, there are challenges and opportunities. AI is no different. Integrating AI into the defence and security industry to serve the needs of military operations is a must. This is not only to keep up with the evolving threats but to stay with the pack and not be left behind.

This is one of the topics that will be discussed at the upcoming C4ISR and Beyond event that will be held on January 30 at Fairmont Château Laurier in Ottawa. In the session entitled, Embracing the Future: Integrating AI in Defence and Security, will delve into how AI will change the way of achieving an operational impact. They will address what needs to be done to define these opportunities, acquire the capabilities and subsequently adjust operational models to remain on the cutting edge of defence and security operations.

LGen Michael Day, (Ret’d) will lead this panel that will comprise of Siegfried Usal, Managing Director, cortAIx, Thales Canada; Maj James Lindsay, IT Security Risk Assessment Architecture and Engineering Team Leader, DND; Cmdre Marta Mulkins, Director General, Analytics Support Centre, Data, Innovation & Analytics Branch, DND; Guy Vezina, Director General S&T Army, Canadian Army; and Christopher Porter, Chief Intelligence Strategist, FireEye.

There are a few seats remaining, to get yours, register today

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