Pentagon has released its long-awaited Responsible Artificial Intelligence (RAI) Strategy and Implementation Pathway, acknowledging that the Defense Department won’t be able to maintain a competitive advantage without transforming itself into an AI-ready and data-centric organization that holds RAI as a prominent feature.
WASHINGTON: The Air Force is exploring artificial intelligence can be used to help with data collection and sharing efforts sensing operations, including bringing in a variety of data beyond just images to create an “integrated” intelligence picture, The service has been working on automated target recognition (ATR) for a while, but “only as of late has the processing power of the systems that we were using really caught up to the aspirations of what we wanted to do with it,” Winston Beauchamp, Air Force deputy chief information officer, said in “So back when we started the ATR journey, we were talking about hundreds of largely still images, largely black and white, coming in from overhead systems or airborne systems,” he said.
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