China’s quantum radar makes more progress, and China plans to put it high up in the stratosphere, to spy on ballistic missiles and stealth aircraft.
Air Combat Command chief invites tech firms to help build next-gen tools for the Pentagon. Also says dissent “is part of being an American.”
Researchers are making massive leaps in artificial intelligence. But the nascent technology still has to go through more growing pains before it becomes viable for military operations.
There is that whole realm of possibilities somewhere between SEAL training and waterboarding …
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The multitude of “what would happen if” questions keeps military planners up at night, and proves to be difficult to simulate. Now, BAE Systems may have the answer.
The U.S. Navy is investing real money to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into the force, requesting $62.5 million in the FY19 Defense Department budget for AI and rapid prototyping.
Even as the company drew back from its work on Project Maven, a sales team was going full steam ahead at a big SOF conference.
Google has created a set of principles for its artificial-intelligence researchers to live by—and they prohibit weapons technology.
The U.S. military is increasing spending on a secret research effort to use artificial intelligence to help anticipate the launch of a nuclear-capable missile, as well as track and target mobile launchers in North Korea and elsewhere.