#AceNewsReport – Oct.19: “The answer is: maybe. If not now, not too far away, according to Army drone and robotics requirements writers now tracking threats and technical trends in autonomy and Artificial Intelligence (AI). “
1./ What if a weapon attacks U.S. forces that is simply not in any known threat library?
2./ Does the U.S. military have any recourse with which to make a fast, informed, combat-sensitive decision?
3./ What kind of munition should be used to counterattack?
4./ What kind of ammunition does the new threat fire? What is its range and scope?
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Using AI, a small unit UAS (drone) identifies an enemy tank, asks other sensors to confirm and then reports back to a platoon leader, giving him various courses of action with which he can make a decision,” Col. Sam Edwards, Director of Robotics Requirements, Capability Development Integration Directorate, Ft. Benning, Ga., told Warrior in an interview:
” Also, what if, as Edwards also posited, the enemy tank is not recognized by an AI-capable database? ……………..This is where analytics comes in; a complex series of AI-informed algorithms would assess a range of additional variables to make a determination, to include analysis of the various configurations and components of known tanks, surrounding context, heat signature or even previous circumstances presenting similar dynamics. ”
#AceNewsDesk report ………………..Published: Oct.19: 2020:
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