Linking Large Language Models for Space Domain Awareness

Satellite Dishes (Defense One) Presented by Booz Allen, Published by Defense One, 12 January 2024 Advancing AI to Ensure Freedom and Safety in Space SPEED READ There’s an urgent need for advanced AI as an expected surge in the number of active satellites by 2030 makes space increasingly “competitive, congested,

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To deter China, Space Force acquisition command focusing on networks, AI/ML and ‘dynamic’ ops

U.S. Space Force Lt. Gen. Michael A. Guetlein, Space Systems Command commander, speaks during the 7th Annual Air Force Association Schriever Space Futures Forum on Nov. 19, 2021. (U.S. Space Force photo by Staff Sgt. Luke Kitterman) By Theresa Hitchens, Published by Breaking Defense, 14 December 2023 "I don't care

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Military leaders are already using AI tools to help make decisions

Image: Analytics Insight By Edward Graham, Published by Defense One, 15 November 2023 Even simpler digitization and automation tools are streamlining combatant commanders' operations, the deputy chief of the Pentagon’s AI office said. Artificial-intelligence technologies are already helping key military personnel streamline their operations, and officials are working to ensure that

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Slingshot Aerospace harnessing AI to track suspicious satellites

By Sandra Erwin, Published by SpaceNews, 6 October 2023 The company recently detected unusual maneuvers by Russia’s Luch Olymp-K-2 inspector satellite WASHINGTON — When Russia launched the Luch Olymp K-2 geostationary spy satellite in March, analysts expected it would carry out signals intelligence-gathering missions much like its predecessor Luch Olymp-K-1

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NASA Space Lasers Could Become Earth’s First Line of Defense Against Collisions and Spaceborne Threats

By Christopher Plain, Published by The Debrief, 5 October 2023 NASA has partnered with West Virginia University to develop a multi-platform system of space lasers, which the space agency says will be capable of defending the country’s space assets from catastrophic collisions and other potential spaceborne threats. By using advanced

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Dead Bird Drones May Get Artificial Intelligence and 5G

Published by AFCEA, 1 October 2023 Research with robotized bird cadavers could benefit the aviation industry. Researchers at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology who have converted dead birds into flying drones are now considering the possibility of adding an array of technologies, including cameras, fifth-generation (5G) mobile

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