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Navy Looks to Invest in Artificial Intelligence for Warfighting

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by Angela Guess Megan Eckstein recently reported for USNI News, “The Navy wants to integrate robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) into more of its workload, from warfighting missions to non-combat support roles, and is seeking fleet input on what types of AI research are worth investing in. The service already has, in varying stages of…

New Rand Report Addresses the “Rising Tide of Sensor Information”

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by Angela Guess Rand has released a new report entitled Data_Flood: Helping the Navy Address the Rising Tide of Sensor Information. The report is available as a free eBook download. According to the abstract, “In the U.S. Navy, there is a growing demand for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) data, which help Navy commanders obtain situational…

Off Semantic Tech Goes Into The Wild Blue Yonder

by Jennifer Zaino Look, up in the sky! It’s a bird, it’s a plane, no – it’s an Amazon drone! Admittedly, Amazon Prime Air’s unmanned aerial vehicles in commercial use are still a little ways off. But such technology – along with other recent innovations, such as the use of unmanned aircraft in crop-dusting or…