The goal of Artemis is to provide France with a sovereign and secure big-data and AI processing platform that can exploit and analyze the massive volumes of data flowing from military equipment and sensors.
Although legged robots have existed for several years, in order to be deployed, they would need to adapt in real-time to unseen scenarios such as changing terrains, changing payloads and wear and tear.
The Senate Armed Services Committee on June 16 published its summary of the annual defense bill, tackling everything from future network development to supply chain challenges, electronic warfare integration to hypersonic weapons development.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could force governments with technologically advanced militaries to reevaluate their investments in areas such as robotics and artificial intelligence, creating a renaissance for spending on armor and artillery, a panel of military leaders says.
The top U.S. military officer warned this week that the military may need to reorganize itself to fight future wars, which will be profoundly changed by artificial intelligence, robotics and other advanced technologies.
NATO defense ministers in October adopted the alliance’s first-ever artificial intelligence strategy, a summary of which described the capability as “changing the global defence and security environment.”
U.S. Northern Command earlier this year asked Congress for an additional $29.8 million to buy information technology equipment and to optimize infrastructure for artificial intelligence and machine learning at its joint operations center.
Questions that need asking and topics that need addressing across the Department of Defense, Lt. Gen. Michael Groen said, include “the transformation of the character of warfare in an information age” and what that means for capabilities being developed or gear that is purchased.
"It’s clear India has got an interest in bringing AI into national security,” said Jack Shanahan, a retired Air Force lieutenant general and former director of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center. “So, this is a good chance for the two defense departments to work together.”
U.S. Northern Command has asked Congress for almost $30 million to buy information technology equipment and to optimize infrastructure for artificial intelligence and machine learning at its joint operations center with the North American Aerospace Defense Command.
The Data Readiness Artificial Intelligence Development initiative spans “the entire AI data preparation lifecycle, from data ingestion, through labeling, right up to before model training begin,” according to the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center.