Category machine learning

Special Operations Command Wants To Put All Mission Data In A Single Pane Of Glass

Special Operations Command wants to put all mission data in a single pane of glass c4isrnet.com · by Nathan Strout · May 31, 2020 Special Operations Command wants all of the data operators need presented on a single pane of glass, working as a connecting step between the war fighter and the Department of Defense’s overarching Joint All-Domain […]

Are We Ready For The ‘Burn-In’ And The Real Robotic Revolution? 

Are We Ready for the ‘Burn-In’ and the Real Robotic Revolution? | RealClearDefense realcleardefense.com · by Michael D. Brasseur Peter W. Singer and August Cole have just released their latest book, “Burn-in: A Novel of the Real Robotic Revolution.” Singer and Cole describe their work as “useful fiction” as they, through a thrilling, yet plausible story in the […]

Sci-Fi Eye: Natural Selection On The Unmanned Battlefield

Sci-Fi Eye: Natural selection on the unmanned battlefield 12th May 2020 8:00 am https://www.theengineer.co.uk/ai-warfare-gareth-l-powell/ Forget the “Terminator scenario”. The future of AI based warfare could be far weirder than that writes Gareth L Powell Two articles in last month’s issue caught my eye. The first was about the Royal Navy’s decision to test extra-large autonomous submarines […]

DIA Experiment Shows Artificial Intelligence Can Outperform Human Analysts In A Key Area: But, A Clever, Sick-And-Twisted Adversary, Denial & Deception Still Trumps AI

DIA Experiment Shows Artificial Intelligence Can Outperform Human Analysts In A Key Area; But, A Clever, Sick-And-Twisted Adversary, Denial & Deception Still Trumps AI   http://www.fortunascorner.com      Patrick Tucker’s posted an April 29, 2020 article, “Artificial Intelligence Outperforms Human Analysts In A Key Area,” to the national security and technology website, DefenseOne.com      […]

Line Between Warrior And Machine Blurs As China And U.S. Military Use Artificial Intelligence

Excerpts: Mr. Lieber and his partners were working on exactly this type of technology and received substantial funding from the Department of Defense and many of its agencies. Mr. Lieber and his colleagues were awarded a number of patents, but the most important one appears to be a 2015 patent award called “Systems and Methods […]

Spies Like AI: The Future Of Artificial Intelligence For The U.S. Intelligence Community; But, AI Has Weakenesses The Adversary Is/Will Exploit

Spies Like AI: The Future Of Artificial Intelligence For The U.S. Intelligence Community; But, AI Has Weakenesses The Adversary Is/Will Exploit   https://fortunascorner.com       The title above comes from Patrick Tucker’s January 27, 2020 article he posted to the security, military and technology website, DefenseOne.com. I refer you to DefenseOne for Mr. Tucker’s full […]

Enhanced Intelligence, Virtual Reality Sex. And Our Cyborg Future

Enhanced Intelligence, Virtual Reality Sex. And Our Cyborg Future   https://fortunascorner.com      Will Knight posted a December 30, 2019 article with the title above to the technology and security blog, WIRED.com. He begins with this enticing question: “If you could press a button to merge your mind with an artificial intelligence (AI) computer — would you […]

National Security Commission Says U.S. Is LOSING Artifical Intelligence Arms Race Allowing Rival Countries To Spy On Americans And Erode ‘Individual Liberties & Privacy’

National Security Commission Says U.S. Is LOSING Artifical Intelligence Arms Race Allowing Rival Countries To Spy On Americans And Erode ‘Individual Liberties & Privacy’   https://fortunascorner.com        The title above comes from Stacy Liberatore’s November 7, 2019 article in the DailyMail.com. She notes that The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (AI), in a […]

IBM Says Google’s Quantum Leap Was A Quantum Flop

IBM Says Google’s Quantum Leap Was A Quantum Flop   https://fortunascorner.com      For those of you old enough, “Now you know the rest of the story,” as Paul Harvey used to say. Tom Simonite posted an October 21, 2019 article to the technology and security blog/website, WIRED.com, with the title above.  As was widely reported and […]

I Went On A ‘Mission’ To See If The Army’s Virtual Reality Training Is The Real Deal

I went on a ‘mission’ to see if the Army’s virtual reality training is the real deal Washington Examiner · by Russ Read · October 17, 2019 In order to scope out the Army’s use of virtual reality training, my editor sent me on a mission to find out if the new tech is the real deal or […]