Phantom fellowship makes AI real for Airmen and Guardians

The Department of the Air Force-Massachusetts Institute of Technology Artificial Intelligence Accelerator Phantom fellowship aims to “bridge the digital divide” by developing high-performing Air and Space Force professionals into future leaders and advocates of artificial intelligence. Phantoms work side-by-side with 17 operations-focused Airmen and Guardians assigned to the AIA and select projects the unit focuses on while gaining exposure to world-leading AI research. (U.S. Air Force graphic by 1st Lt. Christine Del Aguila)

PHOTO BY: 1st Lt. Christine Del Aguila
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