Developers need to build “ethical” artificial intelligence for military use, but that same technology must also explain what it does, according to the chief data officer of U.S. Special Operations Command.
Future Army leaders will be inundated with a flood of data, but still be expected to make rapid combat decisions that are ethical and legal. Here, a soldier views a data-rich 3-D map that allows him to view the battlespace before combat operations begin. (Army)
Always-on businesses such as global retailers, social media apps, transportation platforms, and financial marketplaces have mission-critical use cases that require real-time decisions on operational event streams.
Our very own Dr. Melissa Scheldrup authors a fascinating article on transcranial direct current stimulation and how it facilitates cognitive multi-task performance differentially depending on anode location and subtask.
Featuring our own Dr. Melissa Scheldrup - Many of us spend our workdays responding to a never-ending stream of emails and texts. We feel stressed out and perpetually behind on our to-do list. But what if there was a better way to work?
DAHLGREN, Va. –
On Aug. 10-12, more than 20 engineers and scientists from Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division’s (NSWCDD) technical departments gathered at its Innovation Lab (iLab) for a wargaming hackathon.
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