Navy Explores Generative AI To Automate Security Classification

The Navy’s digital warfare office has long been seeking solutions for automating the assignment of security classifications.

With the emergence of generative AI, the service is looking into the idea of incorporating natural language capabilities into classification guides to help assign security labels more accurately.

“The thing that typically comes up is, ‘Why can’t I have a little clippy on my machine that says it looks like you’re writing an email, you might want to classify this paragraph.’ It sounds easy in theory. And given all the cool things that we’re continually seeing being developed on the large language model stuff, you’d think this would be a slam dunk. It turns out, it’s really hard,” David Broyles, research program director at the Center for Naval Analysis, said at the DON IT West conference Wednesday.

Security classification guides are general by their nature since they can’t specify every single case. They rely on people’s ability to take a generic statement and make a determination about the appropriate classification. 온라인카지노

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Broyles said security classification guides tend to specify what information needs protection, but they lack explanations for why certain information needs a specific classification label. 신규사이트

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