Retired Navy Cmdr. Jim Feldkamp doesn’t think the Navy is thinking enough outside the box when it comes to equipping its new Littoral Combat Ship, designed to be extremely flexible in the missions it can perform, for some of those roles.
Can robots teach themselves new tricks? In theory they can, according to researchers at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory. In a new white paper, they lay out how robots, like people, can learn by using a curriculum and a learning agenda.
Capt. Kathleen Powell, the force data officer for the Navy Reserve, said the Department of Navy’s data and analytics platform called Jupiter is helping leaders understand and use the data to drive decisions.
Many agencies struggle with antiquated digital architecture and a lack of skills and talent to implement AI, a chief data scientist at the Commerce Department’s National Technical Information Service said.
The name Fat Leonard has become synonymous with corruption. Leonard Glenn Francis operated the biggest bribery scheme the Navy has ever experienced. Under house arrest for years awaiting final sentencing, Leonard slipped away last month after cutting off his ankle bracelet. Now — caught in Venezuela — what will happen to him now? For analysis, the Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke with attorney Anthony Kuhn, managing partner of Tully Rinckey.