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Domino Data Lab Lends AI Expertise to Atlantic Council’s Commission on Software-Defined Warfare

Domino Data Lab Lends AI Expertise to Atlantic Council's Commission on Software-Defined Warfare

Former DHS Deputy Assistant Secretary for Strategic Initiatives Joel Meyer now expanding commission’s expertise to help DoD build and operate AI – safely, quickly, and cost-effectively

Domino Data Lab, provider of the leading Enterprise AI platform trusted by over 20% of the Fortune 100, announced it has joined the Atlantic Council’s newly-formed Commission on Software-Defined Warfare, where Domino President of Public Sector Joel Meyer will represent the company to help ensure the U.S. and its allies can effectively leverage software, particularly AI platforms at scale, to enhance defense capabilities.

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Co-chaired by 27th U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark T. Esper, Former Acting Deputy Secretary of Defense Christine Fox, and President of Purdue University Mung Chiang, the Commission will develop a framework to enhance U.S. and allied forces through emergent digital capabilities. The commission will leverage insights from a prestigious and diverse group of subject matter experts, including former government officials, and industry leaders who will offer a wealth of valuable perspectives.

The continued proliferation of advanced commercial technology, including infrastructure and tooling to support artificial intelligence, is transforming the battlefield and changing its dynamics in ways that could alter existing military balances of power. Meyer will work with the Commission to help recognize and recommend scalable, governable, and cost-effective AI approaches and solutions to ensure U.S. competitiveness amidst this paradigm shift.

“To ensure the U.S. maintains its global leadership in today’s technology-driven security environment, the DoD must modernize its approach to acquiring and leveraging digital capabilities,” said Meyer. “I’m honored to assist the Atlantic Council’s critical work to enable the DoD to leverage responsible AI-driven capabilities for data-driven decisions at the speed of battle, and support our long-term national security.”

“Cutting-edge technology companies like Domino are crucial to closing the yawning gap in current capabilities for advancing national defense,” said Stephen Rodriguez, commission director and senior advisor, at the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security and its Forward Defense program. “The expertise that Joel Meyer brings from his prior senior national security and technology roles will help cement the Commission’s ability to drive change that supports American and allied security.”

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The Commission’s work will culminate in a framework for the U.S. legislative and executive branches, defense prime contractors and tech start-ups, and U.S. allies and partners to holistically approach software capability development and integration with military hardware.

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