The Department of Defense’s (DoD) Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) is looking to incorporate AI capabilities into the Pentagon’s proposed enterprise multidomain platform, C4ISRnet reported Wednesday.
Nand Mulchandani, acting director of JAIC, recently told reporters that the center is “spending a lot of time and resources” on the Joint All-Domain Command and Control platform’s AI components ahead of testing various tactical-edge AI capabilities.
“The AI capabilities JAIC is developing as part of the joint warfighting operations mission initiative will use mature AI technology to create a decisive advantage for the American warfighter,” he said.
“As we have matured, we are now devoting special focus on our joint warfighting operation and its mission initiative, which is focused on the priorities of the National Defense Strategy and its goal of preserving America’s military and technological advantages over our strategic competitors."
Mulchandani’s comments come after JAIC awarded an $800 million task order to Booz Allen Hamilton to provide system support for joint warfighting operations.