Knowledge Management is the foundation for successful Artificial Intelligence (AI). From designing business processes that are reflective of the organization’s people, content, and culture to integrating structured and unstructured information within an organization’s data model, both are equally important for promoting knowledge transparency, findability, and higher-level, strategic thinking.
In this presentation, Michelle Padgett and Madison Jaronski will share the story of how Defense Security Cooperation KM is setting conditions that will drive AI culture and competitive advantage required for future operations. DSCA recognizes that failure to adopt AI will result in irrelevant, siloed legacy systems, erosion of cohesion among allies and partners, and reduced access to markets that will all contribute to a decline in our national security. As DSCA matures towards AI, the Agency is committed to delivering AI-enabled capabilities to reduce the time and resources required for menial tasks to free up resources for higher0value activities and emerging Security Cooperation priorities, such as strengthening partner relationships.