Cyber-Augmented Operations Technical Symposium
Operationalizing the Technical Advantage
This symposium will focus on the employment of cyber technologies – human assistance, machine learning, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and decision support systems, just to name a few. In particular, the symposium will address the current challenges facing combatant commands and develop recommendations on how to best leverage the opportunities arising from these new technologies.
All government and military/active are invited to attend the symposium free of charge.
This event will include representation from the following government offices:
- Keith Riser – U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC)
- COL Stony Trent, USA – Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC)
- COL Benjamin Ring, USA – U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM)
- Lt Col Warren Carroll, USAFR – U.S. Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC)
- Lt Col Eric Frahm, USAF – U.S. Air Force Air Education & Training Command (AETC)
- Dorie Famalette - U.S. Army PEO C3T
- John Wentworth – U.S. Army PEO C3T
- Bryan Bartels – U.S. Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC) in coordination with U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM)
Participate in discussions on other key topics such as:
- AFWERX Initiatives & Updates
- Agile Spectrum Applications
- Army PEO C3T
- Augmented Reality
- Data Analytics & Algorithms
- Decision Support Systems
- Human Assistance Systems
- Machine Learning & Human Assistance
- Physical System Replication/Digital Twin
- Virtual Training Systems
What are Cyber-Augmented Operations?
Artificial intelligence and cyber-augmented operations are real and taking defense into a smarter world. Listen to Bob Elder and Dave Senty of NDIA's CAO division talk the nuances and possibilities of AI, cyber operations, and more with Tom Temin of "The Federal Drive" on Federal News Network.
Lt Gen Robert Elder, USAF (Ret) & Maj Gen Dave Senty, USAF (Ret) on Federal News Network
*Numbers based on 2018 event attendance.
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