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As the Army develops its next-gen TITAN program, it will also launch an AI and ML pipeline to support it. How a new Army triad is helping the U.S. military see farther — and faster. And what a Chinese invasion of Taiwan could mean for American national security. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Oct. 17, 2022.

Army to launch new algorithm-focused program in 2024 to support TITAN initiative

The Army plans to create a new technology “pipeline” for artificial intelligence and machine learning to aid the service’s Tactical Intelligence Targeting Access Node (TITAN) program, according to the official spearheading the initiative. Jon Harper has the latest on TITAN.

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Army's cyber, space, SOF 'triad' seeks to complement nuclear triad with enhanced deterrence

The Army’s new “triad,” which combines the capabilities of Army Cyber Command, Army Special Operations Command and Army Space and Missile Defense Command, is helping the U.S. military see farther — and faster — than America’s enemies, service officials say. Mark Pomerleau has more on this.

Government leaders discuss their role in helping emerging companies succeed

In this op-ed, Dcode's Riya Patel speaks with DOD's Jen Bird and Army's Paul Puckett about supporting emerging, innovative companies in the defense landscape. Read more on DefenseScoop.

Dmitri Alperovitch on Taiwan, China and Putin's probing cyberattacks

Dmitri Alperovitch has been thinking a lot lately about the growing threat from China. The team at CyberScoop recently sat down with him at the Cipher Brief Threat conference where he led a war game exercise focused on a hypothetical Chinese invasion of Taiwan and what that could mean for American national security. Read the interview on CyberScoop.

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