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IBM’s Dan Chenok Highlights Recommendations in ‘Deploying AI in Defense Organizations’ Report

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Dan Chenok
Dan Chenok

Dan Chenok, executive director of the IBM Center for the Business of Government, said a new report presents recommendations for how defense organizations can field artificial intelligence and one of those is building awareness and understanding of AI.

Organizations seeking to bend the learning curve as they work to apply AI capabilities should engage leaders with experience in AI adoption and development of employees with AI expertise, Chenok wrote in a blog post published Wednesday.

He noted that the report calls on defense agencies to explore a range of opportunities to leverage AI and prepare the organization for the AI journey to realize the technology’s potential benefits.

“An active change management plan would enable success for organizational strategies for leveraging AI, one that also increases awareness at all organizational levels around digital transformation and new and emerging technologies,” Chenok wrote.

The recommendations are part of the report titled Deploying AI in Defense Organizations released by the IBM Center and the IBM Institute for Business Value on Wednesday. The report highlights insights from a 2020 survey of 250 defense technology leaders worldwide about how their organizations implement AI.