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US Army considers using AI to speed up weapons systems

Posted On: Jan 14, 2019   |   Posted By: SlashGear

US Army considers using AI to speed up weapons systems

The U.S. Army is considering the use of artificial intelligence for some weapons, its acquisitions assistant secretary revealed late last week. Officials are cautioning against policies that restrict its ability to use AI for these systems, arguing that such limitations will prevent it from developing weapons that can adequately compete against potential threats from advanced foreign powers. The Army for...

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