Air Force to Hold Virtual IT Conference

Air Force to Hold Virtual IT Conference
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The U.S. Air Force is slated to hold a virtual event in an effort to build strategies and approaches that may address digital technology gaps.

The four-day Air Force Information Technology and Cyberpower conference will tackle various topics such as cyber operations, artificial intelligence and multi-domain effects, the service branch said Tuesday.

Arthur Hatcher, acting deputy chief information officer at the Air Force, said the conference will feature panels, breakout sessions and keynote speeches.

USAF seeks to gather various information technology professionals from industry, academia and the government in the event.

The virtual conference will run from August 24 through 27.

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