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Lt. Col. Dakota Wood, USMC Ret., senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation, discusses the guidance by Gen. David Berger, USMC, the new US Marine Corps commandant, to better prepare his force for rapidly emerging challenges, focusing on innovative concepts to deliver amphibious capability, importance of more numbers rather than fewer more “exquisite” platforms, the defense budget outlook and the need to make hard choices with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian at the think tank’s Washington headquarters after an address by Berger.

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Timothy Walton and Adam Lemon of the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, discuss their new study, “Leveling the Plying Field: Reintroducing U.S. Theater-Range Missiles in a Post-INF World,” with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian in Washington, DC.

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Uzi Rubin, PhD, one of the father’s of Israel’s Arrow missile defense system now with the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security and the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, discusses Iran’s missile threat to countries in the region, containing Tehran and hypersonic weapons with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian. The interview was conducted after Rubin addressed the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies’ Nuclear Deterrent Breakfast Series in Washington on July 9, 2019.

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In its recent report, “Artificial Intelligence and National Security: The Importance of the AI Ecosystem,” the Center for Strategic and International Studies writes that “AI has profound potential to affect the balance of power in both the global economy and in military competition. While AI has a long history, AI has begun to deliver results within the last decade, particularly with the recent rapid progress in machine learning and the increased availability of data and computing power. As impactful as the recent progress has been, AI remains highly problem-specific and context-dependent. It has proven extremely challenging to translate the progress in some fields to others, even those that are closely related. Enthusiasm in both the public and private sectors has obscured the importance of building the robust supporting capabilities for AI—an AI ecosystem—that are crucial to successful AI adoption.” The report was sponsored in part by Thales USA.

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