Defense Innovation Unit Experimental or DIUX, focuses on five areas for the military:
Artificial Intelligence – Leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning for operational impact
Autonomy – Adopting and countering autonomous systems, with a focus on human-machine interaction and scalable teaming
Human Systems – Countering emerging biological threats while enhancing survivability, training, biomedical protection, and performance.
Information Technology – Making combat information open and accessible for operational forces
Space -Developing on-demand access to space, persistent satellite capabilities, and broadband space data transfer
If you are a company in one of these spaces, please check out their company guidance here and then reserve 30 minutes with Michael McGinley, their DIUX Boston Lead.