Notable Technical Inquiry

What artificial intelligence (AI) has been employed or attempted to be employed for U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Business Mission Areas (BMAs)?

  The Defense Systems Information Analysis Center (DSIAC) was asked for a literature review of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) publications that describe the employment or attempted employment of artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning relevant to business mission areas (BMAs). DSIAC searched open-source documents and the Defense Technical Information Center’s repository for relevant documents and complied them into this report. There is a high priority across the DoD to employ AI across a variety of areas. Multiple branches have…

Voice From The Community

David Coy

DoD Office of Inspector General (OIG)

My current role at OIG consists of investigating fraud, waste, and abuse into major weapons systems for the DoD. I have worked in simulating nuclear reactors for the Columbia Class submarine and its in-core instrumentation. Prior to that, I was a nuclear fuels engineer for a major commercial nuclear energy company. I have an M.S. and B.S. in nuclear engineering from Penn State. Additionally, I have worked with INL for projects on a VHTR flow-loop and in-core, fiber-optic imaging as a Ph.D. student at both CCNY and the University of Pittsburgh, respectively.

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