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NSA Working on ‘Explainable’ AI Capabilities

Neil Ziring, technical director for capabilities at the National Security Agency, said the capacity of artificial intelligence for "explainable" capabilities is vital for implementing the technology, Cyberscoop reported Friday. Ziring told the publication that AI’s ability to provide context on recommended actions “will be most important” when it comes to developing AI or machine learning-based technologies. 

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Pentagon Announces Plan for NSA, CYBERCOM Shared Operations

The Department of Defense said the department hasn't assessed the proposed separation of the U.S. Cyber Command and the National Security Agency, which shares leadership, infrastructure and talent, Fifth Domain reported Wednesday. “No decision has been made on whether to terminate the dual-hat leadership arrangement,” said Pentagon spokeswoman Elissa Smith. “The department will address whether to terminate this dual-hat leadership arrangement at a later date.”

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Army to Hold Groundbreaking Ceremony for New Cyber HQ

The U.S. Army plans to hold a groundbreaking ceremony on Nov. 29 for a new cyber headquarters at Fort Gordon, Georgia that will consolidate the service branch’s cyber, capability development, education and training operations. Army Secretary Eric Fanning and Army Cyber Command lead Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone will attend the ceremony that will kick …

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