As the U.S. Defense Department considers the increased use of unmanned systems and robots the time is ripe to discuss both the opportunities and challenges these autonomous systems present. The following article in SIGNAL magazine provides some analysis.
Next addition to the conversation on AI and unmanned systems on future warfare at Army Magazine. Unmanned Outlook: Autonomous Systems Promise Both Strengths, Weaknesses
The time has come for the Army to consider the impact that artificial intelligence and unmanned systems will have on its operating environment and determine how best to adapt and apply these advancements. The following article, published in Army Magazine, delves into this discussion and offers a few start points for policy makers and military … More Meet Your New Battle Buddy: Soldiers Will Pair With Smart Machines to Fight Future Battles
The U.S. Army Research Lab (ARL) recently published the results of a two-week discussion among strategic thinkers and military researchers meant to provide a visualization of the tactical ground battlefield in 2050. The conclusions produced by this group of distinguished thinkers will likely not surprise those who have long considered where key technological trends are … More Tactical Ground Warfare in 2050 – The Army Research Lab’s Stark Predictions
Physical and virtual robots will continue to redefine the realm of the possible and will force employers to reimagine what roles and functions will be left to humans alone. Martin Ford’s new book Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future provides stark evidence that the robotics industry has the potential … More Rise of the Robots in the DoD
With the explosive growth in drone technologies over the past decade a growing debate has stirred regarding autonomous systems. This past week a conference to discuss the role of lethal autonomous systems was held in Geneva. Many organizations, such as Human Rights Watch, believe that autonomous systems with lethal capabilities raise legal and ethical concerns. … More Command and Control of Killer Robots